Greetings fellow bass-lovers. This is my first post on your great looking forum, so I hope that some of you can help me. I've just bought what appears to be a very original 1975 Fender Precision ("Why?", I hear some of you cry. I know that not everyone is wild about 70's Fenders) and I have been trying to check out the authenticity of it. I found a good website for dating the neck and the hardware (http://www.provide.net/~cfh/fender2.html) and I'm as sure as I can be that these parts are original on my bass. What I can't find is a website that has details/pictures of the body cut-outs for this era of P. Bass. I'm especially curious about a large round cut-out underneath the bridge, out of which the earth wire to the bridge protrudes. My question is this: Can any of you tell me if this is normal for that era, or can you point me to another website with details on the subject please? I really hope that it is 100% authentic, as it's a fantastic sounding and feeling bass and I want to be able to tell people with confidemce that Fender/CBS did get it right occasionally! Thanks in advance for your help folks.