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1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, December 09, 2007, O2 Arena, London, England
General Specs
Body: Solid "offset" double cutaway alder, contoured waist design
Finish: Sunburst
Neck: Bolt-on Maple, 34-inch scale, 9 side dot position markers
Fingerboard: Maple
Frets: None
Bridge: 3-way adjustable, 4 individually adjustable bridge sections
Headstock: Strat-style headstock, spaghetti-style logo
Tuners: Open-gear 4-on-1 side tuning machines
Hardware: Chrome
Pickguard: Tortoise grain celluloid 3-layer pickguard/metal
Pickups: (1) Split pickup, adjustable and grounded
Controls: (1) Master Volume, (1) Master Tone
Years in use: May 27, 1972 - December 10, 2007
Website: http://www.fender.com/ 
John Paul Jones used the 1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass in 1972 for Bron-Y-Aur Stomp and 1975-1977 & 2007 for In My Time Of Dying.

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1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, June 15, 1972, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page, Bron-Y-Aur Stomp, June 23, 1972, San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, California
1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones & Robert Plant, In My Time Of Dying, March 17, 1975, Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, Washington
1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, In My Time Of Dying, May 18, 1977, Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Arena, Birmingham, Alabama
1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, December 09, 2007, O2 Arena, London, England
1970 Fender Fretless Precision Bass
John Paul Jones, home studio, ca. ???

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