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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by bassman1185, Jul 15, 2004.
OK, I promised them, so here they are. I hope you enjoy them.
Very nice. I love the 1970's Precisions. I hope for one of my own, natural, neck, black pickguard, ha. Is yours light as a feather or heavy as hell? It seems to contrast for old P-basses.
It's definitly on the heavy end of the spectrum. I'd say it weighs 12-13 pounds. Here's a pic of the back. The streak where you can see the wood is totally smooth. The paint has just been polished off.
I to am a sucker for 70'd p-basses.
I own a 77-fretless
that looks almost exactly like one of roger waters' p-basses. thats an awsome bass. good deal.
Yeah, I got a great price on it, too. It doesn't have the original neck on it, so it's not 100% vintage, so I got it for $400, with OHSC.
Nice bass, congrats! I would love to own a good 70s p bass eventually.
either way, good score.
What a beauty!
How do you play fingerstyle with that thing over the pickups? Just curious. Oh and what is the point of it?
I've wondered that too.
Very cool. I've got a 73 and a 75. Love em both.
The pickup cover (bell) is anacronistic. Jamerson used to rest his hand on it and play with only his index finger. between the thumbrest on most 70's precisions and that cover, there is little room for finger placement. I took mine off, but left the bridge cover on.
Congratulations on a nice purchase. I see you sitting down alot with that bruiser, though.
Sweet bass! The neck looks like an American Vintage replacement from Fender, so at least you got a good deal on that.
Damn... I want a PBass.
That's just pure Rock N' Roll
The european prices are way to high, so Ebay must be the answer.
I love black basses. Here is my '78:
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I'm not sure when the replacement neck was made. It has the thick finish, but all that has been worn off from the second fret to the 12th. I need to get some lemon oil on the fingerboard, though. It's pretty dry.
I just anchor my thumb on the ashtray or on the dip in the pickguard.