75th Anniversary Commemorative Precision Bass


Make: Fender
Condition: Brand New
Year: 2021
Finish 2 Color Bourbon Burst



In 1946 Clarence Leonidas “Leo” Fender created Fender Electric Instrument Company and changed the trajectory of modern music forever. The 75th Anniversary Series celebrates Leo’s bold, revolutionary designs with special versions of the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Precision Bass and Jazz Bass. Featuring unique finishes, premium pickups and remarkably comfortable necks, these instruments honor the timeless Fender designs that reshaped music.

The 75th Anniversary Commemorative Precision Bass is decked out in a beautiful 2-Color Bourbon Burst finish over an ash body with gold hardware. The one-piece maple neck features a ’63 Precision Bass neck profile, rolled fingerboard edges, a “Super-Natural” satin finish and a sculpted neck heel for unsurpassed comfort and playability. Custom Shop ’62 P Bass pickups serve up vintage-style low-end and punch while the HiMass Vintage bridge enhances sustain, resonance and stability. Finally, every Commemorative Precision Bass features special badging with a 75th anniversary ingot inlaid into the back of the headstock and an engraved anniversary neck plate.

This limited-edition instrument celebrates the world’s first electric bass, providing classic Fender style and tone in an exclusive, upscale package.

  • Ash top, back, and sides
  • 1963 “C” Shape neck profile with 34″ scale length
  • Maple 20 fret fingerboard with 9.5″ radius
  • 1.62″ Bone nut
  • Comes equipped with Custom Shop ’62 Precision Bass Split Single-Coil
  • This particular instrument weighs 10 lbs
  • Fender Inca Silver molded hardshell case with Lake Placid Blue plush interior

We are an authorized Fender dealer located in Red Lion Pa, and are committed to providing a high level of customer service. Be sure to stop by or send us a message with any questions or give us a call for an in hand description.


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