Fender Precision Bass produced February 1966 with a C profile neck. 8.6 lbs.
The finish is worn away on the back, On top where the arm sits and also a bit by the bridge. The finish by the head-stock has been worn by a guitar strap hooked to the strap pin on the neck at some point in time.
The guitar has been serviced and the truss rod moves freely and is a no issue player.
The case is a 1962/63/64 Cream Case. Clasps all work.
Except for the cigarette burn on the head-stock the guitar has no bumps, grinds, dents or extra routing.
The chrome covers for the pick-up and the bridge are included. I would not be able to confirm if they are vintage or not. There is a marking on the plate that goes over the pickup cover. It is a circle with numbers which are impossible to make out.
In the full frontal shot there may be a light coming across the top. I have taken more pictures to give a better view of this area.
If you have any questions or need more pictures feel free to get in touch. Thanks for reading.
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