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    Hi folks, can anyone give me an idea on the value of My Precision Bass, it's a 1975 and all original, the only thing that's been changed over the years are the strings. I've added a photo. Thanks
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    Check ebay and Craigslist for sold units like it. That's what they are bringing in the real world, and it's more accurate than any appraisal.
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    Nice '75. I always liked the mid-70s Precisions. They worked for me.

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    They worked great for me, too. I played the heck out of one on gigs for many years, nearly wore the thing out. The working man's bass, for sure.
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