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    1966 Fender Precision Sunburst Bass Guitar, #160535. My favorite bass of the auction! Original nitro finish throughout. Lightweight Alder body, Maple neck with Brazilian rosewood board. Very well taken care of. Frets hardly look played and the bridge and pickup guards are still on. Original Unmolested 3-ply guard with metal shield still intact, fingernail marks on face, button/rivet scratches and edge dings. Back of neck is like glass. Little ding @ the top of headstock and a genuine cigarette burn near the low E-string. Weighs just 8 lbs 7.5 oz or 3.84 kg. Looks like a 1-owner bass that got played for 2-3 years and then tucked away. Original Fender hard case. Condition: Excellent

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2011
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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