Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Joel951, Jun 28, 2012.
I mean authentic
the serial number is MZ8130160
looks like a mexican P bass
Most definitely a MIM headstock and decal
Yup, MIM P bass. Is that what you mean by original?
Originally assembled in the Mexico factory in the mid to late 90's if I had to guess.
Made in Mexico 2008 model. The original P-Bass is a 1951 model.
(smiles) . . i mean authentic. .
thanks guys for replying. .
Hi there, got a little question. Is it normal for two or more bases to have one serial number? Here in Philippines, Someone is selling his bass. Same precision with the pic above, color blue and serial number MZ8130160. Please help! Thanks!!!!
Wasn't that "electric blue" thing a special GC or Sam Ash run from Fender?
Here is the pic:
No it's not normal at all for two basses to have the same serial number. Usually it's because someone is using somebody else's photo to sell a bass they don't even have.
Are you sure about the serial number? do you have a better photo of the headstock with the serial number?
Fender serial number decoder:
Says this was made in the Ensenada plant in Mexico in 2008 or 2009.
Oh ok, that's what my concern is. I assumed that all basses will have serial numbers like this.
MADE IN MEXICO BASSES:
bass 1 bought from US - MZ8130160
bass 2 bought from Singapore - MZ8130161
bass 3 bought from Thailand - MZ8130162
and so on...
Grain in headstock wood looks the same, and that is like a fingerprint, that one photo is pretty blurry though. I'll go with, "same serial no., same grain, same strings even = photo's of the same bass". I don't know whether it is original or not.
It looks like a Mexican Fender to me. Because of the relatively low cost to buy and availability of these basses you don't often hear about fake ones being sold.