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1965 Fender Precision Bass

Precision Bass
Case:
OHSC
Color:
Lake Placid Blue
Condition:
Excellent
Price:
$10,800.00
Description:
** NEW ARRIVAL ** As a bassist, there is nothing that gets me ginned up more than a 60's vintage Fender bass. Jazz or P-Bass, it doesn't matter, so when this beautiful '65 Precision bass eased into the Elkcave, my day was instantly made. One sit down with it will certainly confirm that.

The first two questions about any vintage Fender are usually "What's it weigh?" and "How's the neck?" I can answer with great relief that both are fantastic with this P. It weighs in at 8 lbs, 13 oz, so you can do your good, lowend work all night and your back will hardly take any notice. Secondly, the neck is straight, with no dead spots or buzzing. For a 53-year-old instrument, that's what you want to hear. The tone on this bass is warm, big and round. You want that James Jamerson sound? Dial back the tone knob on this beauty and you got it in spades. That big bass boom is all present and coming from a vintage Ampeg rig, it just cannot get any better.

The Lake Placid Blue color has "tealed" slightly, but is still relatively true. There are a few dings and what looks to be a strap "reaction mark" on the back, but it's obvious that this bass has been well cared-for and kid gloved it's entire life. The pot codes are 304-6542 and the neck date is 5 NOV 65C. The original case is also in excellent condition and we feel that this vintage package is worthy of any high-end Fender bass collection. Please take a look at the pictures and we encourage you to ask any and all questions. It's a great bass to consider and one we sure sure will stand the test of time!

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