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Fender Precision Bass w/Mods Olympic White 1978 (s921)



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Body: Olympic White finish

Neck: Maple neck with a medium-round profile, 1 5/8” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, 7.25” radius, and dot inlays (serial number dates to 1978)

Pickups/Hardware: One Hipshot Drop-D tuner, one split single-coil and one J-style single-coil (Rated at 10.1kOhms in the middle and 12.0k in the bridge), independent volume controls

Cosmetic Condition: There’s a round patch of discoloration from a sticker that has been removed from the finish as well as some scratches and dings along the top but overall this bass is looking good for its age. There are two small finish touch ups where the bridge cover screws in and some average play wear throughout the body. The back and sides are clean for the most part with some minor buckle rash and few dings and chips. The neck has a few minuscule blemishes but is clean and smooth for the most part. This bass looks and sounds incredible!

Playability: The strings are low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board.

Modifications/Repairs: Routed for Dimarzio jazz pickup, Seymour Duncan split single-coil pickup installed, rewired to have two volume controls (no tone), added D drop hipshot tuner, repro bridge, repro pickguard, likely a repro wiring harness as there are no visible codes, missing bridge and pickup covers

Weight: 11lbs 8oz

Case: Non-original hardshell with replacement handle

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