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FT: Squier PJ Special rosewood neck - got maple?

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by MarkoYYZ, Oct 16, 2013.

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    MarkoYYZ Supporting Member

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    With several projects of unknown destination, I'm trying to narrow down what I need to get things done. One thing I know I need is an all maple Jazz neck.

    I am offering this Squier neck that came off a "Standard Series" PJ Special, so while it says Precision it is actually a 1.5" Jazz profile. It's got its nicks and dings, shown in the pictures, but the neck is straight, the truss rod works and if yours is in better shape, I'll trade you my loaded neck for yours unloaded.

    Not looking for SX or alternate shapes - must be Fender shaped headstock, with or without decal.

    Anyone got one lying around??

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    Another picture...

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    At +/- $100 value, I would also consider trading this for a chrome BAII bridge & mirror pickguard for a Precision (together).
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    No maple necks out there, needing a loving new home?

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