I have been saving up for a long time to buy a really nice 4 string passive bass. I have had precision basses in the past, but at the moment had thinned out my gear to where I have only had a 5 string active Fender Jazz bass. For the band I joined back in January, I wanted something different. I knew I wanted to go American made since I've never had an American made instrument before, and have been consistently watching the websites of the music stores within driving distance for Fender Precisions. Before our state went into stay-at-home for Covid-19, I had played an Olympic White American Original 60's Precision at a store a little over an hour away from where I live. I loved everything about it except that the neck felt way too thick from what I was used to. I was a little disheartened, and kept looking online at the Fender Professional models, thinking I would try those out when our stay-at-home order lifted. Well, yesterday afternoon, the same music shop with the Olympic White model posted a listing for a lightly used Sunburst Fender American Original 60's Precision. I thought I would give the Original 60's another try, despite my apprehension about the neck on the first one. Friends, the neck on this one is perfect. I don't know if the model year is different and they switched neck thickness, but I am blown away by this instrument. I love the sound, I love the feel, I love the finish. It's as classic as a P bass can get. Also, since it is used, I got it at a nice discount from what they list as new -- actually, it was just as much as I had saved up to this point. There are a couple small, barely noticeable chips in the finish and an outline from where the first owner had a sticker on it that has since been removed, which is also not hardly noticeable. It came with all the case candy, pickup and bridge cover, and certificate of authenticity with it too. Everything aligned and it's like this bass was just meant to be. Anyway, I am over the moon about my new used bass day!