Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Very Early 1951 Precision Bass
Jimmy Wallace Guitars

Very Early 1951 Precision Bass

Regular price$ 49,000.00
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1951 Precision Bass - Serial number # 116, Very Early and significantly Rare early Fender offering. Considering it's age, it is in very good condition. Weighs just 8lbs 3oz. This is one of the very first Precision basses, an instrument that would, in the decades to come, revolutionize the sound of popular music.

Neck Profile :
Nut Width - 1.72

1st fret -   .91
12th fret - 1.02
Weight :   8lbs. 3oz.


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This store made me wish I was a better guitar player. I mean to say, craftsmanship is right on the square in downtown Garland at Jimmy Wallace. Good grief!!! I saw the very best in amps and guitars. And parts and pickups were ready, as were the perfect strings. The quality is obvious. Enjoy the vibe. Save your funds up and shop here for the perfect guitar to change your life.

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To Mike and everyone at Jimmy Wallace Guitars...what can I say? Having purchased instruments from Vegas, to Nashville to Del Rio, and all places in between, you guys made me feel like family and treated me even better! You have a lifelong customer and I will send EVERYONE that I know your way. LOVE my “new” 1953 Gibson SJ....truly thrilled with this incredible instrument and incredible experience. Thank you and God Bless!

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