Fender P, '70 Reissue, aged olympic white finish, crafted in Japan 2002-04. The big bold headstock on these CBS era models has won many fans, and in combination with a classic reverse-tuxedo finish like this, it really does look great. Olympic white is a dream finish on a P, it's just superb. The neck on this is marginally slimmer than the more common '62 model, and this one is sporting a particularly fine dark-chocolate rosewood board; it's easy on the eyes and the hands. The alder body and USA pickup offer bright, balanced, warm growl with a heap of roundness and class; it's a cut above the basic models and will easily rival any USA offering. Perfect starts with a 'P', you know?
Model: Fender Precision Bass '70 Reissue, PB70-70US
Made: Japan, 2002-04, Tokai plant (serial Q023581)
Finish: olympic white, 3-ply black guard
Neck: maple with rosewood board, dot inlays
Weight: 4.0kg approx
Mods: strap pins replaced
Pickup: original Fender USA P-Bass Vintage split single coil
Case: very basic gig bag
Cosmetic condition notes: mild finish wear. There's a few little marks on the end and bottom edge of the headstock, neck is fairly clean. The back has some minor marks, there's a couple of little dings on the bottom half of the body. There's a few marks around the edges, most notably on the back edge around the strap pin. The front is pretty clean, just some normal play scratches on the guard and top horn and a few marks around the bridge area. Overall: very good condition (8/10)
Playing condition notes: Action is low, neck is straight, intonation is good, truss rod works. All electrics tested and working properly. Frets look pretty good with some normal wear; 8/10 for life left. Set up with fresh 45/105s.