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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by coastward_kid, Jan 16, 2012.
Serial s889256. Pretty beat up, swapped for bartolinis. What do you guys think?
You've been a member here since '07?
You could always put it up in the classifieds for a specific price and see?
S8------ meens it's a 1978.
If pickups are only thing non-original, $1500-$1800 range..
you are breaking the rules by asking value when you arent a supporting member.
Oh apologies. I wasn't aware
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I got the same guitar all original. I won it for $1200 on ebay. Mines all original and is in a little better shape than yours. never weighed it, but my 2004 jazz bass is at least a pound heavier. Mine was assembled from parts from 1977-1978 era according to the numbers on the electronics and neck.
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if everything completly original about 2500 3000
Way too high.
less than half of that is more accuate.
Yeah...70's Fender prices have crashed even more than my sex life since I had my third kid.
True. But on top of that this is a late 70's Precision and they have never really took off yet. A great condition 77/78 would max out at around $1700 and this one has a swapped pickup and is in rough condition.
IMO, in today's economy, it's worth $1K-$1.2K tops in that condition without the original pickup, and i generally value vintage fender basses on the higher side.