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Fender American Special P-bass neck (new take-off)

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by WoodyJ, Jan 22, 2013.


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  1. WoodyJ

    WoodyJ Supporting Member

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    *** SOLD ***

    I recently bought a new 2012 FSR Fender American Special honeyburst Precision and swapped the maple neck for one with a rosewood fingerboard as detailed in this thread: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f8/fender-honeyburst-am-special-p-bass-lightly-modded-937299/

    I'm selling the all-maple neck and tuners. It was on the bass for 2 weeks, never gigged and is essentially brand new. Not a blemish on it anywhere, no fret wear. Here are the specs:

    American Special Fender Precision Bass Neck & Tuners- Tinted Maple w/ Rosewood Fingerboard- Slim Fast Action "C" Shape- Satin Finish- 9.5" Radius - 20 Medium Jumbo Frets- 34" Scale Length - 1.625" Width at Nut - Posiflex Graphite Reinforced Support Rods


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  2. WoodyJ

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  3. SGguy

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    I might be interested in this. I have to see if I can straighten the current neck on my bass. If not, I'll be back.
  4. WoodyJ

    WoodyJ Supporting Member

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    Saturday bump
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  6. NYCbassist

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    I'll take this. PM sent
  7. WoodyJ

    WoodyJ Supporting Member

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    SOLD - Thanks, Gerry!

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