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Maple BnB Jazz Bass neck with Hipshot HB2 tuners

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by Tonegasm, Feb 6, 2014.


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  1. Tonegasm

    Tonegasm Supporting Member

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    Maple bound and blocked All Parts Jazz Bass neck with Hipshot HB2 tuners and string tree. Came off of a bass which wore flats it's whole life, so very little fret wear, if any at all.

    Asking $450 shipped with Hipshot HB2 tuners and strings tree

    Trade toward: AVRI or vintage P Bass neck

    Specs:

    20 frets (.103" x .045")
    Solid 1-piece Maple bass neck with black binding, black block inlays, and vintage tinted finish
    10" radius
    Nut width 1.5"
    Heel width 2-7/16"
    Tuning peg hole diameter 11/16"
    Truss Rod adjustment at heel
    Neck thickness .89" at first fret, 1.00" at twelfth fret

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  2. Tonegasm

    Tonegasm Supporting Member

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    I leave for vacation February 16-27. If you're interested in this neck I urge you to send me an offer so I can do my best to ship before I leave.
     
  3. JonKim

    JonKim Supporting Member

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    Any interst in a Mia fender rosewood neck? Newer highway one neck with graphite reinforcement
     
  4. Tonegasm

    Tonegasm Supporting Member

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