Wildwoodians, it is our privilege to showcase this incredible 1965 Fender Precision Bass. The neck dates to November of 1965, it's an absolutely titanic low-end beast, and it looks cool as all-git-out thanks to its really cool vintage wear. It has lots of awesome checking and other battle scars that tell the story of a bass that has been a workhorse for much of its life. All parts appear to be original and function well (although the E string tuner is a little sloppy, it's not bad by any means). The frets show some moderate wear--always a sign that a vintage piece is hard to put down! By the look of it, it has undergone one repair to the finish on the bass-side lower bout, which occurred prior to when the previous owner acquired it in 1972. Overall, it's in fantastic shape, and it is sure to bring any Fender fanatic seeking low-end thunder a ton of musical joy.