Fender Mexican Precision Bass, commemorating Fender's diamond anniversary (1946-2006). The limited edition 'blizzard pearl' finish looks awesome, it's got a bit of depth to it and has a nice little subtle sparkle effect under lights. The neck is finished in satin, it feels smooth and fast and is addictive to play. It has a big, thick thump balanced with a snappy, biting attack: the US pickup really lends her some grunt is is a handy factory upgrade. The diamond motif on the headstock and neck plate look fresh and serve to remind you that there's no need to change the design of the 'P', even sixty years on. Two bonuses: the original comparative gig bag is great quality and has ALL the case candy, and she also comes with a matching Fender diamond motif brown leather strap. Looks cool, feels tight, sounds fantastic.
Model: Fender 60th Anniversary Commemorative Standard Precision Bass
Made in: Mexico
Finish: Blizzard pearl, 3-ply parchment guard
Neck: Maple with Rosewood board, dot inlays, satin finish, modern 'C' profile
Pickup: Fender USA precision style
Case: Original commemorative diamond anniversary gig bag with case candy
Cosmetic condition notes: Very light finish wear. Neck and fretboard very clean. A couple of barely noticeable dings if you look very closely on the body. Overall: excellent, bordering on mint.
Playing condition notes: Action is low, neck is straight, intonation is good. All electrics tested and working properly. Plays like a monster! She's very reassuring, neck feels comfortably chunky and the satin finish is a nice addition. Very good indeed.