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Jazz bass neck .....these any good?

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by chandman1004, Nov 20, 2013.

  1. chandman1004

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  2. HaMMerHeD

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    They look nice, and are at a pretty decent price...a little higher then Mighty Mite, and a good bit lower than Allparts. I think it'd be worth trying.
  3. chandman1004

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    I should have explained a little better. I am wanting to get a high quality neck, even considering a Fender American Standard neck. But this looks so tempting at the price. decisions, decisions..
  4. DiabolusInMusic

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    They are higher than Mighty Mite because they are just Mighty Mite necks that some guy does the fretwork on.

    My advice is to pass, get a neck from Mighty Mite, and pay a local lutheir to dress the frets when you have him install the neck, that way a pro can shim it or whatever else may need to be done to the final setup.

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