Cleaning out my parts bin to help finish up a project I'm working on. All of this stuff has been sitting in my drawer for a couple of years at least so I am not really sure where most of it came from. My fuzzy memories and descriptions will have to serve as good enough. BRIDGE: This is a black high-mass bridge, nice and heavy, in the Gotoh style but it is not Gotoh. Top-loader. Excellent condition. Comes with screws (pictured). It looks to me like it would bolt right into this Fender MIM I have sitting here with no mods but that's just eyeballing it, your mileage may vary. TUNERS: Set of chrome 4-in-line with bushings and screws, one screw missing. These either came off a Fender MIM or a Squire Vintage Modified, I can't remember. Excellent condition. PICKGUARD: Yeah, it's a telecaster (guitar) guard. I'm pretty sure it's Fender MIM. I would describe the color as "ten year old slightly yellowed white plastic". Surface scrapes etc, but overall decent shape if you're not looking for a "brand new" look. No cracks. HERE'S WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IN TRADE: A black jazz bass pickguard, ideally MIM. A "relic" or genuinely old and beat up Fender-style bridge and control plate. A LOTTA KNOBS: Collected over the years from who knows where. Strat knobs - black with white writing, cream with gold writing, white with black or gold writing. Precision / Telecaster knobs...some black push-on, some chrome push-on, some chrome set-screw, some flat-top some dome-top. Random vintage amp/electronics knobs. And one heavyweight metal knob with a skull on top and a set screw. Best way to handle this would probably be to tell me what you are looking for along these lines and I'll let you know if I have that magic combination. HERE'S WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IN TRADE: A set of Jazz Bass knobs, hopefully beat-up looking. Or maybe natural wood to match my natural ash body. STRINGS: Rotosound 88 Tapewounds. I have a lightly used set (cut for a 4-inline) and a new-in-package set. HERE'S WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IN TRADE: Flatwounds, ideally Rotosounds. I'll trade used-for-used or new-for-new.