Fender 1955 Precision Bass
This might be one of the rarest, most mysterious, storied, and hotly debated Fender Precision basses ever built. From the time it fell into the hands of Aspen Pittman in 1973 up to today, this P-Bass has been on an odd journey and was originally priced well over $100,000.00 when it first hit the market. All documentation from Aspen Pittman and George Fullerton is provided below and will be provided with the bass, along with about a dozen or so 8x10s. You can get a full rundown with the docs below, or you can also go here for an "oral history' of the bass: https://www.thehighgain.com/podcast/1955-pbass
WEIGHT: 8 lbs. 8 ozs.
SERIAL #: 1179
NUT WIDTH: 1 5/8"
COLOR: "Fullerton Red" Early Pre-Custom Color "One Off" (It's also been called "Roman Red")
BODY/NECK/FINGERBOARD: Ash/ Maple/ Maple
PICKUPS/ELECTRONICS: Fender Single Coil/ Passive Vol., Tone
CASE: Original Gig Bag and Current Metal Fender Hardshell Case (for shipping purposes)