Leo's Fender may get the most praise over his Teles and Strats but it's his Precision Bass that was the real game changer. After the model got tweaked in 1957 it hasn't really needed any updates since, and the best P-Basses are those that stick closest to that early formula. The now classic split pickup paired up with a 34" scale has a magic that just always seems to work. It's a forceful and authoritative tone that sits perfect in the mix. There's a solid bottom, a midrange that punches you in the gut, and top end that is articulate cuts through. Everything looks original on this one and there are no breaks or repairs. The frets have been leveled a couple of times so they're on the low side but there are no divots or dents that inhibit playing. Typical big, but not too big neck profile, 1-5/8" nut width and a decent weight at only 8.4 lbs. Original hard case included.