| Brand: || Fender || Style: || Precision Bass |
| MPN: || Does Not Apply || String Configuration: || 4 String |
| Dexterity: || Right-Handed || Type: || Electric Bass |
| Body Type: || Solid || Country/Region of Manufacture: || Japan |
| Model: || Precision Bass || UPC: || Does not apply |
This honest, guitar playing, well-rated seller once thought he might be a good bass player.He wasn't.This is an Excellent Condition 2009 CIJ reissue of the now discontinued Fender 1951 Precision Bass and it stands out from the others for sale!Two tone sunburst finish, ash body, maple neck with the original 7.25" Fender radius.It comes with a custom Fender G&G Period Correct Brown Tolex "Thermometer" Case that cost me $300 alone brand new! Electronics upgraded to Lindy Fralin stock single coil P-Bass stock wound Alnico V pickup, 6K. CTS pots, Luxe Period Correct 1951 Precision Bass Astron Type Capacitor Kit includes 1 (one) .05uF 200vdc Astron Type Capacitor and 1 (one) 15k Carbon Comp Resistor (see last pic, it's wired in according to 1951 Luxe schematic!).Comes with Genuine Fender matte black pick guard (original white guard discarded because the black just KILLS IT!). Also comes with custom 1951-style Bakelite saddles for the "woody" 1951 tone (original stock saddles included), custom ebony tug bar, period correct large knurled dome knobs, Callaham screw set jack plate that won't fall out, black Schaller strap lock buttons (original buttons included), chrome bridge cover (included, not pictured) and discontinued Fender padded bass strap!AND, since I only needed it to use for bass tuning, I'm throwing in a Peterson Strobostomp pedal!!!! Purchased for $200!The 1951 Precision Bass is discontinued, and this one stands out from the rest with careful attention to period correct detail and the electronics and saddle upgrades boasting a unique "punchy, woody" tone!Strung with a fresh set of D'Addario chrome flat wounds and includes an extra set!If you want a 51 P bass with quality and don't want to pay custom shop prices upwards of $4,000, this is it!Also selling an awesome like new Fender lacquered tweed Bassman TV 15 amp!Photographed by me using Nikon D300 with a 35mm prime lens.