|Serial Number||L67401 from non-original neck plate, but built in 1974|
|Pricing||$1,299 CND with original case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with unbound rosewood fingerboard and clay dot markers. 30″ scale.|
|Frets||Original frets with minimal wear.|
|Body||Contoured, offset Ash body, solid but light and comfortable.|
|Finish||Gloss black finish on body with some wear; dings have been touched up. This bass has been used as intended!|
|Hardware/electronics||Stock Feder tuners, two-section (and humbucking) Mustang bass pickup, volume and tone controls. Mustang bass bridge with mutes removed. There are two thumbrests, one in the normal place towards the neck,the other just forward of the bridge.|
|Playability/Action||Plays nicely, with a full, deep sound without a long reach to the end of the neck!|
|Case||Original case included.|
|Comments||This is a very cool Mustang bass. The Neckplate with the serial number isn’t original; that number, with the preceding L, indicates production between 1962 and 1965, but the Mustang bass didn’t come into production until 1966. The neck has no date but is stamped 0400-1243 in red and J. Torres in black, dating it to 1974 and matching the pot codes.Regardless, this is a largely original, great bass.|
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