|Immigrant ||01-12-2013 02:36 PM |
FS: Mighty Mite P5 Neck & Squier Tuners
Mighty Mite #2920 neck for five string P bass with a painted (and easy to strip) headstock. I bought it for a project I never completed; it was mounted once and never played on. The tuners were never installed, so the only holes are the stock tuner holes. The Mighty Mite website shows the 2920 as a five in line, but this one isn't. $75 shipped.SOLD!
The tuners are from a Squier, and were purchased "as new" off of EvilBay for more than I'm asking. $20 shipped.SOLD! Attachment 310696 Attachment 310697
|coronado3 ||01-12-2013 05:43 PM |
I'm interested in the neck... What's the nut width?
|DWBass ||01-12-2013 06:26 PM |
I have the same neck on a custom bass. The nut is pretty wide. Definitely like a P-Bass. I can't measure as I just loaned it out to the builder.
|Immigrant ||01-12-2013 07:39 PM |
The nut measures exactly 2.006 inches using my Harbor Freight MIC caliper, so 2 inches.
It's a pretty nice neck and actually licensed by Fender (FWIW) so it's a direct replacement supposedly. And it's 34" scale. I forgot to mention that earlier but I figured it was a given. :smug:
For information purposes, these necks fit the old Squier ProTone 5 P Bass, the old Squier P 5 that had two J pickups and the current Squier Active Jazz Deluxe 5. All of these are designed for 19mm spacing at the bridge. The standard Squier J 5's are designed for 18mm and are a bit narrower at the heel, I am pretty sure. That said, I love these necks and have used them on several project basses.
|Immigrant ||01-13-2013 09:56 PM |
I mounted it on a MIM Jazz five string with minimal neck pocket enlargement required and a Hipshot A bridge, approx. 19 mm. Never got around to stringing it up though. It feels like a really nice neck with a relatively shallow front to back profile.
Somebody buy this. The photo looks dusty, but that's metallic charcoal gray.
|Immigrant ||01-14-2013 05:28 AM |
Both the neck and tuners have been sold. Thread open until payment is received.
Thanks for looking!
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