Fender 1963 Precision
This might be the rarest P-Bass around. Only a handful of Sherwood Green Precisions of this era were ever built. This one has seen some use, but the neck and all other functions of the bass are fantastic. It was re-fretted at one point by Mike Lull because the original frets had gotten worn to the point of rendering the bass barely playable. Now, playability is superb. The Bass Shop has already been approached by a number of collectors on this bass. Price is much higher than other '63s, but for a rare color, it's right around what it should be. If you can find another for less dough, buy it.
WEIGHT: 8 lbs. 15 ozs.
SERIAL #: L01080
NUT WIDTH: 1 5/8"
COLOR: Sherwood Green
BODY/NECK/FINGERBOARD: Alder/ Maple/ Rosewood
PICKUPS/ELECTRONICS: Fender Split Humbucker / Passive Vol. Tone