FS: Warmoth B&B neck, a beauty

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    Keyser Soze Supporting Member

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    I grabbed this practically as soon as it was posted here in the classifieds a few weeks ago. As it turns out, I'm gonna use a different neck for my project. Thow'in' this one back in the pond. It's truly stunning.

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    This is a gorgeous 2008 Warmoth jazz bass neck with blocks and binding that was never mounted or used. I bought it a few weeks ago on ebay with the intentions of building a bass then came to my senses. I am selling a lot of other beautiful basses to pay off debt and I don't need to build another bass. So it's here for you now. These are the specs that the prior seller included in his auction and I have verified to the best of my knowledge.

    Maple neck
    Pearloid blocks inlay
    Pearloid binding
    Right-handed
    Standard steel stiffening rods
    1.5" nut width
    Standard back contour
    21 frets
    Black side dots
    34" scale
    Standard 4-bolt mounting configuration
    23-13/16" from nut to fretboard end
    17" from nut to 12th fret
    2-1/2" wide base
    17.5 mm tuner holes
    1" thick base
    6150 nickel/silver frets
    Indian rosewood fretboard (I'm almost certain the fretboard was constructed from this material)

    GraphTech white TUSQ XL nut
    polyethylene Vintage tint gloss
    Priced at $605.00 on the original vendor's website (Warmoth)
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    I got this for $299 delivered CONUS. So can you.
     

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    Sold, pending payment.

    Thanks for your interest.
     

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