Description

Summary: As the first production model bass guitar, the Fender Precision bass was revolutionary upon its introduction in 1951. This 1976 model holds to a tried and true formula of an ash body, maple neck and single pickup: simple, stylish and full of tone.

Body: Three piece solid ash.

Neck: One piece maple neck and fretboard with black dot markers. 34” scale.

Pickups/Hardware: Single split-coil pickup. Nickel open-back tuners. Original bridge with chrome cover. Black pickguard. One volume and one tone control with Tele-style knurled knobs.

Cosmetics: Exceptionally clean overall. One small finish ding on top. Drilled hole in back on upper horn from moved strap button. Three missing the upper thumb rest. Flamey maple neck. A small area of finish wear on the edge of the neck along the third and fourth frets. Frets are in excellent condition with tons of life left.

Playability: Action is low, intonation is accurate, and neck plays smoothly with no fretting out or dead spots. Split-coil pickup dishes out the bright, punchy, precise tone that this model is famous for.

Mods/Repairs: extra strap button had been added at one point to the back of the upper horn. Thumb rest removed.

Weight: 10 lbs, 9 oz.

Case: Original hard shell.

Year Condition Color Case
1976 Excellent Natural None

$2,276

Empire Guitars RI
Empire Guitars
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