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1954 Fender Precision Bass
Jimmy Page, Home Studio, Plumpton Place, East Sussex, England. ca. May 1973. Page is playing a 1957 Fender Stratocaster. Seen in background is an ARP 2500 and a1957 Gibson ES-5 Switchmaster.
General Specs
Body: Contoured ash body
Finish: Two-color Sunburst
Neck: One-piece 34"-scale neck
Fingerboard: Maple with pearl dot inlays
Frets: 20
Headstock: Two-color Sunburst
Tuners: Backwards-tuning Kluson
Hardware: Chrome
Pickguard: White single layer ABS pickguard
Pickups: Black staggered pole single coil
Controls: Master Volume and Master Tone knobs
Years in use: Unknown
Website: http://www.fender.com/ 
The 1954 Fender Precision Bass was seen in Jimmy Page's home studio in ca. June 1973. It is unknown exactly what tracks this bass guitar was used on however it may have been used in Lucifer Rising and/or Death Wish II: The Original Soundtrack.
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