I had my trusty old '95 MIM Jazz,which I gigged with solidly for nearly a decade, lying around gathering dust for years because the body had various cracks and splits making set up near impossible. It had American Vintage pups and pots fitted,years ago which cost a bomb back then but it did sound and play great. I ended up buying a MIA in 2007 to replace it,great bass,but I traded that for some drums (for one of my sons) and a Squier CV Jazz a while back. I also bought a MIJ P Bass in the meantime which I love and gig, and left the CV to gather dust as well. Since then I ended up with a Squier P bass special (J/P) config.The neck was really rubbish along with everything else and its my modding toy, its work in progress. I got thinking ??? So the neck came off the CV and went on the P special,ended up with a great bass which is currently being fitted with Bill Lawrence pups as I type as I love that CV neck,besides the CV sounded poos so it was no loss. Next the neck came off my MIM Jazz and ended up on the CV,but it badly needed sorting out. So I took all the bits around to a local bass wizard,got it back last week,he swapped the entire control plate and pups and wiring along with a complete set up. I gigged it Sat night....and wow,it was like an old friend returning,but in a different suit. It plays and sounds wonderful ! Some pics The original MIM bass The CV Before and After There is going to be a fight over which bass I use this weekend,so so pleased I made the effort to resurrect my old Jazz and didnt just biff it. Anyone done anything similar ?