1991 FENDER PRECISION PLUS / Make an enquiry

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Precision Plus
Excellent 9/10
9 lbs 4.5oz

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1991 Fender Precision Bass Plus. White finish with a 1-piece Maple neck. All original with the exception of the case ( new gator) The Precision Plus was designed by George Blanda in 1989. It was one of the first American-made Fender basses to feature a 22-fret neck, requiring the company to slightly oversize the body shape and lengthen the cutaways, which distinctly changed the overall look of the instrument. Other features included a 1-piece maple neck with rosewood or maple fingerboard, adjustable Lace Sensor Precision and Jazz pickups, Schaller deluxe die-cast tuning machines, 3-ply black, parchment or 4-ply brown tortoise shell pickguard, Schaller Elite fine-tuning bridge, 3-way toggle pickup switch, master volume, series/parallel push-push button for the neck pickup and master TBX tone. It was discontinued in 1993.

The condition is very good with only a few bumps and scrapes around the edges of the body and headstock. The frets show a little wear but there's plenty of life left in them. This bass is a joy to play with a superb even sound right across the fretboard, it has a straight neck, and the truss rod works as it should. It's been fully set up with a superb playing action. Nut width: 41.5 mm. Depth at 1st fret 20.12mm. Serial number: E911603. Weight: 9lbs 4.5oz. The neck dates July 20 1991.