I ordered a Fender Road Worn Precision and received it this week. I LOVE it. It is everything I was hoping it would be. Compared to my other two P basses, it stands out in a most excellent way (one is a 2011 MIM standard and the other is a 2001 MIM standard with American pups). The neck is wonderful. The tone knob is very smooth and precise and it is now the lightest bass I own (with the possible exception of my Ibanez). It looks amazing and sounds amazing. I am now a RW fan for sure. BUT....after playing it for a little while, I noticed that when I fretted a G on the E string it didn't seem to carry like the other notes. I tried to ignore it but I found myself hyper-focusing on it instead. The next step was repeatedly plugging into five different basses and trying to verify if what I was hearing on the RW was SUPPOSED to sound like that. I'm convinced that it is not. If it was somewhere else on the neck I may be able to live with it but WHY did it have to be THERE? Is there a solution or should I just ship it back and wait for another one? As a side note....For some reason, this bass and my little Ampeg Micro VR seem to really like each other.