If you haven't watched Black Stone Cherry's latest concert film, "Live From The Royal Albert Hall...Y'all!", then you are missing out on seeing some of Kentucky's finest musicians absolutely rock one of the most magical venues in the world. Not many bands consistently deliver the fire and passion that these guys do, and seeing such a high-energy and emotional performance in such an iconic room is really a special treat. We are proud to have one of the instruments from that performance in our collection.
This Fender started life as a first-year American Standard Precision Bass in Olympic White. This is one of the earliest American Standard basses that was produced, with a 1983 Serial number and January 13th (Friday the 13th!) 1984 date stamp on the neck heel. Several popular 1980's and 90's upgrades were done to the bass, including a Bartolini pickup, Badass II bridge, pearloid pickguard, and MXR knobs. The Olympic White finish has gracefully aged into a creamy yellow, similar to banana pudding, and the bass has a great road-worn feel. While this bass is for sale, it will be displayed in our Jamestown, KY showroom. Included with this bass are a Fender hardshell case, DVD and BluRay copies of the concert film, photos of the bass in action on the road, the original electronics, and more.