What we have is a 1978 / 79 export Precision Bass in its original Lake Placid blue finish. Rare color for the year. She's all there but has a set of Seymour Duncan QPs installed. These are the older units and have been there a million years. Hardwear is all orig with the exception of a matching but not original tuner. She had a drop-D when she came in. Pots date to Sept of 78. The bass has some wear and the clear coat / top coat has typical yellowing and some heavy patina. The color coar is still very nice and no issues there. Has a nice non-orig but 80s Fender hard case. This bass plays and sounds silly!
|1978||Very Good||Lake Placid Blue||Hard|
Payments - We accept Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, Wire Transfer, checks and of course cash. We hold the right to ship when payment clears.
Shipping will only be sent via UPS. It may be a few dollars more, but we find that the quality of service, speed and “trackability” are much better.
Sorry to sound rigid but I’ve sent out way too many instruments for a free “weekend rental”. All instruments offer a 24 hour approval. We may extend this if you ask. All instruments if returned will be charged up to an 8% restocking fee. Please ask if there are any questions. Shipping costs in both directions are the responsibility of the purchaser. Occasionally setups get knocked out in transit and can be easily rectified. If there is an issue, call us. This happens typically in the cold and hot weather. A return is a transaction that has been paid for whether it was shipped or not. If we have your credit card approval and you have buyer’s remorse, that is a deal and the restocking fees apply. This cost me hundreds of dollars a year.