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FS: Squier CV Jazz Neck

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by tlr1293, Nov 6, 2012.


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  1. tlr1293

    tlr1293 Supporting Member

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    For Sale: Squier Classic Vibe Jazz Neck
    - little to no fret wear
    - vintage style frets
    - tuners included
    - truss rod works perfectly

    Trade?
    - Ibanez TS9B pedal
    - Squier VM Fretless neck


    Asking: $95 PayPal, shipped - CONUS
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  2. tlr1293

    tlr1293 Supporting Member

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    Neck is in near new shape - bump.
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    'le bump
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  7. Tibar

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    Is the radius 7.25"?
  8. tlr1293

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    Per the Fender Website:

    • Neck Shape: Modern "C" Shape
    • Number of Frets: 20
    • Fret Size: Vintage-Style Frets
    • Position Inlays: White Dot
    • Fretboard Radius: 9.5" (24.1 cm)
    • Fretboard: Rosewood
    • Neck Material: Maple
    • Nut Width: 1.5" (38.1 mm)
    • Scale Length: 34" (86.36 cm)
  9. tlr1293

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    'el-bump-a-roonio
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    keep on bumpin' :)
  13. tlr1293

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    Price drop bump.

    Not a lot if these to be found, fully loaded, for less than $150.00.
    Just sayin. ;)
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  15. RyanJD

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    Mind measuring?
    I'm interested.
  16. tlr1293

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    Mind Measuring what?

    If you are referring to the Radius - I posted above, the specs from the Fender website.
    The Radius is listed at 9.5"

    It's kind of a mix between a more modern Fender neck radius with their older, smaller sized frets.
  17. tlr1293

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    Great neck for a bass-build.
    I originally bought this one and it's P-neck brother...
    Used the CV P-neck on a bass build and love, love, love the vintage frets.

    Never got around to the Jazz build...
    Bump.
  18. tlr1293

    tlr1293 Supporting Member

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    Having a hard time with the fact that nobody is building parts basses anymore...
    Because if they were - this is an awesome neck for it, and a great price for it too.

    I also bought the CV P neck, sanded down the 'Squier' logo, replaced with my own - super nice to look at and waaaay nice to play.

    I do not know of anyone that would hesitate to say that this is a definite top-notch Squier neck, especially given the Squier neck record in the past. I would take this neck over 90% of the MiM's out there (except maybe the vintage fretted ones), especially since they would cost more.

    So: BUMP!
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    price drop/trades bump
  20. chuck norriss

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    Trade for a squier strat?
  21. tlr1293

    tlr1293 Supporting Member

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    I can't say I would have anything to do with it, sorry. :(

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