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FS: Mighty Mite Fretless P Neck

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by Herbie Chesnutt, Jan 5, 2014.


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  1. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member

    Happy New Year!

    Here is an unused fretless p neck from Mighty Mite. Ebonol unlined board. Standard Fender specs on the heal and tuner holes so will fit any standard Fender size neck pocket and tuners.

    If you've followed my other sales over the past few months you know I'm getting rid of my bass parts to go towards an off-the-rack Fender. Crappy thing is, my stove went tits up over Christmas and had to buy a new one so now i'm starting at zero again. :crying:

    Oh well, let's see if we can move some stuff real quick so I can go shopping before something else pops up. ;)

    $90 shipped conus paypal. No trades please.

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  2. Old Fart

    Old Fart

    Mar 11, 2011
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  4. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member

    PM answered. Still available.
     
  5. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member

    Happy to answer any question and field any reasonable cash offers bump.
     
  6. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member

  7. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member

  8. Huge

    Huge Hell is full of musical amateurs. Like me.

    Dec 2, 2005
    Edmonton
    I'm interested. PM Sent.
     
  9. Herbie Chesnutt

    Herbie Chesnutt Supporting Member




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