This is a lovely Squier P bass (34" scale) made in Japan in the early 1980's. It is in fine condition for a bass nearly 40 years old. It does have some dings/dents on the back of the neck and the body shows some wear but it still looks very good and it plays and sounds fantastic. It weighs 8 pounds, 12.5 ounces. It was sold to me as being all original and I believe that it is although a thumb rest has been added using pickguard holes so no additional holes have been drilled in the bass. The bass has a very pretty rosewood fingerboard...rosewood of this quality is difficult to get these days. There is a very small amount of fret sprout that has been diminishing while I kept the bass in a room that is humidity controlled. It came to me from up North where humidity can be very low and I expect that the fret sprout will go away if the bass is kept in 50% humidity for a while longer. UPDATE: Fret sprout is almost completely gone. I cleaned and polished the bass, put new rubber under the PU's, installed a new set of D'Adarrio Chromes and did a complete set up. The truss rod nut was buggered up so I installed a new one and the neck adjusts very nicely. Everything on the bass works as it should and the electronics are very good indeed. It is a very fine sounding Precision. I have $567 in the bass so I am making pretty much nothing but it was a pleasure to get the bass put right and set up with new strings. Offers and trades considered. I could use an Aguilar GS 112, DB 112, DB 210, one of the SL cabs or a Mesa Subway cab. I'm also a sucker for older Peavey basses made in the USA. Price lowered to $500. Now I am loosing money on this one but it needs to be played and I almost never play a 4 string. I ship to the lower 48 states. Buyer will pay actual shipping USPS insured which should run about $60. Paypal is okay.