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Fender Precision Fretless bass

1972 Fender guitar and bass catalogue - page 22

Catalogue description of the Fender Fretless Precision bass. The bass pictured is in a Fender's standard sunburst finish. For other custom colour options were available (but at a premium): Blond, Lake Placid Blue, Sonic Blue (until late 72/early 73), Olympic White, Black, Candy Apple Red and Natural. see the 1972 Fender color chart on page 68.

Of the other options available for the standard fretted Precision, all, save the narrow neck were advertised as available for the fretless, and at exactly the same prices; therefore ranging between $293.50 (like the guitar pictured: right handed, sunburst, rosewood fingerboard) and $352.50 (left handed, custom finish, maple fingerboard) - US prices, Feb. 1972.

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Fender Precision Fretless Bass - 1972 Fender catalogue - page 22


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