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    1954 Fender Precision Bass Natural Electric Bass Guitar, Serial # N/A. Original 1954 Precision bass body and neck. Body is stripped and has been clear coated. Neck is over sprayed on the back but the decal appears to be original. Body and neck dates of 3-54 (TG 3-54 on neck). Pickup is late 60's/early 70's, grey/white. One pot dates to 1954 and the other is soldered over but appears to be the same. All wiring is changed to plastic. Reproduction bridge with no serial number. The pickguard is homemade. Comes with a late 60's Fender logo'd hardshell case. Could be a good restoration project
    Hard case included. Condition: Fair. Price Guide Value $15,000


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2017
    27th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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