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We present an all original and 100% complete 1972 Fender Telecaster bass in Blond finish. Made in Fullerton, California.
This Fender bass model is the second version of the Telecaster bass that was introduced toward the end of 1971, having it more closely resemble the Telecaster Custom that would take the world by storm the following year. These basses have a 3-bolt neck, a humbucking pickup, and were offered with the choice of maple or rosewood fretboards.
This late 1972 Fender Telecaster bass is coming directly from its original owner in Belgium. It’s all original with no modifications or any repairs. It features one-piece maple neck with great original frets and nut. Ash body with its original Blond finish were you can see the beautiful grain in the wood.
Overall, it’s in very good condition with some nicks, dings and other cosmetic play wear. A little pickguard crack close to the pickup. The original Wide Range humbucker in the neck position sounds deep and warm, while still maintaining clarity. It has a lot of range when you work the tone and volume controls.
Pickup and the electronics/wiring remians untouched and intact, with no broken solder joints, no re-wound pickup. All original and correct.
Comes complete with its original hardshell case. Latches and handle are in perfect working order.
- Neck date: December 1972.
- Pots dated: 1972.
- Weight: 4.77 Kilograms.