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FS: Maple+Rosewood USACG Neck

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by -=DanAtkinson=-, Feb 17, 2013.


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  1. -=DanAtkinson=-

    -=DanAtkinson=-

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    Brand new USACG neck, finished in Tru-Oil. Maple/Rosewood. Nut installed. Just needs tuners. I've had no problems spraying nitro over Tru-oil in the past, if that's your cup of tea. Or you can remove the Tru-oil easily with acetone.

    Specifications:

    • Satin Tru-Oil finish
    • 1.625" nut
    • 9.5" radius
    • .800" thickness (thin)
    • Graphite reinforced
    • 6230 fretwire (vintage)
    • 20 frets
    • Fender USA nut
    • Rolled fingerboard edges
    • Standard 11/16" tuner holes

    This neck would be $260 from USACG, without finish and nut. I'll let it go for $200 shipped in the lower 48 states. No trades, no international shipping. Price is firm. Paypal is fine.

    I also have a body that would be a perfect match: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f129/fs-custom-j-bass-body-958178/

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  2. TimBosby

    TimBosby Gold Supporting Member

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    Nice. Clay dots?
     
  3. -=DanAtkinson=-

    -=DanAtkinson=-

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    No, but they have the darker look of clay dots.
     
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  6. flewis

    flewis Gold Supporting Member

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    A sweet deal on a nice neck!
     
  7. dregsfan

    dregsfan Supporting Member

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    May I say that my bass is a USACG P. body and a USACG Jazz neck, and it appears to me that it can't get much better. Very nice stuff. Couldn't be more pleased.
     
  8. Cyborg

    Cyborg Supporting Member

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    Dang, too bad I don't have the geometry skills or a drill press to make the holes for the neck and tuner screws.
     
  9. -=DanAtkinson=-

    -=DanAtkinson=-

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    Don't need a drill press. Just a drill and a steady hand! Mount the neck on the body and drill the neck holes through the body holes (of course you'd want to adjust the drill bit so it isn't long enough to drill through the fretboard). Same routine for the tuners.
     
  10. tony moore

    tony moore

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    the headstock looks great. did you reshape it from the standard usacg shape?
     
  11. -=DanAtkinson=-

    -=DanAtkinson=-

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    Indeed.
     
  12. tony moore

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    beautiful work! still kicking myself for not buying a bass from you when you were offering them...
     
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