This 1970 Fender Precision Bass sounds incredible and feels like the vintage P-bass you’ve always wanted but could never afford with the original neck, body and tuners. Everything else is classic replacement parts, including a Lindy Fralin standard wound pickup, period-appropriate celluloid mint green pick guard, Bourns pots w/ a treble bleed circuit and a high-quality Kluson bridge. The original neck features 1 5/8” nut width and C shape and just feels amazing. And combined with a recent full re-fret and Plek with medium jumbo frets, it plays perfect. All the work has been done to make this a work horse for many more years to come. Even the weight is a comfortable 8.6 lbs on a digital scale. Note: under the pickguard, there has been some routing done at some point (likely the 80s) for active electronics. Also, it had a jazz pickup in the bridge at some point, but has been professionally filled, tastefully relic'd and refinished in a stunning Firemist/Shoreline gold nitro by the Seuf Guitars in Kansas City. There is a tiny bit of of exposure near the jack and volume knob due to the routing. It’s slight, but it’s there in the pictures. Also, during the refret, the bridge was adjusted and aligned properly (it wasn’t installed properly at the factory) and you can see the that in the photos as well. Here's your chance to score a great deal and one of the best playing vintage P-Basses we've seen!