Bass—it’s where rhythm meets melody, creating a righteous groove that forces you to move with it.Without the Fender Precision Bass, the original electric bass, dance floors everywhere would be empty.
Guitar features a dark rosewood neck and vibrant 3-sunburst nitro finish.The original nitrocellulose laquer finish is in fantastic shape. There are a few scattered finish checks in the thin nitro to add to the vintage vibe! Neckdate of 8-12-86, pots dating to the 23rd week of 1986, and serial number of V019672 stamped in neckplate. Guitar is 100% original except for an added yellow ground wire. Developed by longtime bass pickup master Michael Bump, the brand-new V-Mod split-coil Precision Bass pickup uses a carefully selected blend of alnico magnet types for balanced tone with authentic Fender sonic DNA.
The “golden” ’63 P Bass neck profile feels just right nestled in your hand, becoming one with you, while the narrow-tall frets provide a familiar playing feel and perfect intonation.
As far as dating your amp is concerned, they've been around, at least, since the nineties.
Squier products have been made all over the globe, from the USA, Mexico, Korea, Indonesia and, I believe, India.
My intent with this site is to educate those who are on the hunt for that last affordable vintage Fender Stratocaster.
Have a read through and hopefully you will pickup a few things to better assert yourself in the late 70's Stratocasters buyer's market. M = Model or Manufacturer O = Operator N = Neck configuration W = Week Y = Year D = Day Neck Stamps: MMNN*WWYD Example: 0900*3893 - Found on the very end of the neck heel, if at all, in green or dark red ink.
So, you can't afford that '54 Strat, or that '64, or even that '74 for that matter.