Fender Precision Bass PB62 Model Solid Body Electric Bass Guitar (1986), made in Japan, serial # E667162, sunburst lacquer finish, hardwood body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, black gig bag case. Overall length is 46 in. (116.8 cm.), 13 in. (33 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm.) in depth, measured at side of rim. Scale length is 34 in. (864 mm.). Width of nut is 1 5/8 in. (41 mm.). This is a nice and fairly early example of a mid-1980's Fender Japan Precision reissue, showing some very light wear but no visible repairs or alterations. It's old enough to have accumulated some minor dings and dents, including a few small ones in the back of the neck. There is light corrosion to some metal hardware but overall the bass does not appear heavily played. This era's Japanese PB-62 is generally accurate to the titular 1962 period specs but features a slimmer 1 5/8" wide nut and lacks the historically correct tug bar, chrome handrest, or bridge cover. This very good playing and sounding "Vintage Reissue" Precision bass is already 35 years old; that's 10 years older than the original 1962 models were when it was made! Includes a nice modern gig bag. Excellent Condition.

Listed6 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • PB-62 Precision Bass Reissue MIJ
  • Sunburst Lacquer
  • 1986
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Offset Body
  • No
Pickup Configuration
  • Split-Coil
Number of Strings
  • 4-String
Model Family
  • Fender Precision Bass
  • Fender Vintage MIJ / CIJ
Body Shape
  • P-Style

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