This is a 1983 Fender Fullerton '62 Precision RI in excellent condition. It is all original except for a new chrome pickup cover. The bass is incredible, but I got a good deal on another rosewood precision, so, given the value of the Fullertons, I thought I'd sell or give a trade feeler. The goal of these Fullerton basses was to accurately reproduce the early 60s Fender basses. They were made on the same machines, used similar weighted woods, and used nitro finish. The bass is light at 8.4 lbs, which is also pretty vintage-specific. The output is very even string-to-string, and the E string really has some serious clarity in the first positions. I've gone through a few flatwound strings with it, and the truss rod maintains the right relief with high and low tension strings. Original tweed case and receipt is included. Neck is dated 1-25-83, body is dated 1-18-83. Here's a link to the original thread. http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=597075&highlight=fender+fullerton+precision I'd like to hear any trade interest, but I'm particularly interested in the following: Comparable Jazz basses- Lakland JO, Alleva, Fender Jazz Fullerton or CS Fender Tony Franklin fretted or other maple board Precision Roscoe Becks Moog Little Phatty or Nord 2 112 bass combos piezo only 5 strings (Citron, Veillette, Rob Allen) Cash price/Trade value for the bass is $2500 shipped. Thanks for looking.