When checking out a mid-sixties Fender Precisions (64, 65 and 66) what do you look for? Do you use a check list? What are the tale-tale signs of a bass made from vintage parts? I have played a few basses and so far I have generally been underwhelmed by the instruments for sale in various stores. I realize that the very best instruments don't hit the market and stay in the possession of their owners. If you have some insights to share that would help me find a nice vintage bass, I would appreciate your comments. I am more interested in a bass that plays well and sounds great than a museum quality showpiece. Many thanks in advance for your posts.