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Vintage 1972 Fender Jazz Bass Neck - 100% Original "Geddy Lee" 1971-1973 BLACK BLOCK!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by thebrian, Dec 2, 2012.


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  1. thebrian

    thebrian likes to play bass more than talk bass. Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    So. California
    Vintage 1972 Fender Jazz Bass Neck
    4-Bolt Maple w/ Black Binding & Blocks
    100% Original

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    This 40 year old neck is bad a$$!
    Original finish, decal, binding, blocks, nut.. everything.
    Original frets have tons of life left.
    It's in great condition with only minor knicks and scratches. Nothing deep enough to notice while playing. It has some nice finish checking on the headstock. All the blocks are secure in the neck, just a little finish peeling on some of the edges of the blocks (like these necks normally have). It would be a good match for a body that shows moderate playing wear.
    NO extra screw holes, NO cracks, NO repairs, NO mods.

    No neck stamp is visible, but these necks weren't made after 1973. With the skunk stripe on the back, this neck is period correct for any '71 to early '74 Fender Jazz Bass.

    This neck is completely issue-free. It's very straight, the truss rod works fine and it's still flush with the end of the neck. It sets up beautifully with really low action and no dead spots. It feels and plays as good as a vintage Jazz neck gets (with lots of room for future adjustments). I guarantee it.
    Nice, thin profile, "A" neck so it's 1.5" at the nut. Very fast, very comfy.
    BTW, the "5th" hole under the 1st tuner is supposed to be there, it's factory (in case you weren't aware).

    These necks aren't so easy to find anymore and they're highly collectable. This one plays exceptionally well.

    $1295 Shipped (CONUS)
    Paypal Accepted.
    Shipping will be insured and include a tracking #.

    Click HERE for the FULL PHOTO ALBUM!
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  2. bikeplate

    bikeplate Supporting Member

    Jun 7, 2001
    Upstate NY
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  4. svt1233

    svt1233

    Jan 15, 2012
    where in socal are you?
    between this, your 66 jazz, and your 79 ric I may have to pay you a visit.
     
  5. thebrian

    thebrian likes to play bass more than talk bass. Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    So. California
    I'm in lake Arrowhead, near Big Bear.
     
  6. SunbeltBass

    SunbeltBass Supporting Member

    Oct 4, 2009
    TEXAS
  7. thebrian

    thebrian likes to play bass more than talk bass. Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    So. California
  8. hotbass57

    hotbass57

    Nov 27, 2011
    Fairfield,Ohio
    My my that is gorgeous!
     
  9. thebrian

    thebrian likes to play bass more than talk bass. Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    So. California
  10. thebrian

    thebrian likes to play bass more than talk bass. Gold Supporting Member

    Nov 17, 2010
    So. California



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