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1984 Fender Fullerton 62 RI AV Neck-$500

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by A-Step-Towards, Mar 8, 2013.

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  1. This is from a fullerton Reissue P bass. Its a fantastic playing neck. Wide flat and nearly 30 years old. The frets show minor wear , nothing drastic. The fretboard is nice , dark and beautiful in color. The headstock has some light dings and finish checking , same with the back. The original tuners are intact along with the string tree.

    The finish on the back of the neck was professionally removed. This gives it a great feel. No wood was removed, merely the finish. A good luthier could blend this area and refinish just the back of the neck leaving the original finish intact, it would be around $150 but I think it feels great as is and would leave it.

    Complete fullerton AV basses go for $1500-$2000 and finding parts seperately are hard. Reliable fender on ebay sells new AV necks for $700 or more and there nothing like these old ones and are not worth as much. I have seen 1 fullerton neck sale on here for nearly $500 and it had a host of issues and I dont think it had the original tuners.This has a 1962 Penny recessed into the neck, I have no idea if fender did this but this is a '62 neck with a '62 penny, I am pretty sure this was done on purpose and it was done well, its just a cool oddity about a nice neck.

    I am asking $500 Shipped CONUS, firm on this good luck finding one cheaper












    That is a 1962 Penny

  2. I've been watching your thread for the past several weeks, and wishing SOO bad that it was the '57 reissue Fullerton neck instead of the '62, as I have an '82 Fullerton '57 AVRI body that I've had a more recent mismatched American rosewood board neck on since I got it. I'd love the proper maple neck from the Fullerton era. Good luck with the sale. Too bad I don't have a body to give this neck a nice home! Cheers.
  3. Ah to bad, I would love to find the proper 62 fullerton era body for this, but I havent had any luck.
  4. jim777

    jim777 Tarantula Lobbyist

    Aug 7, 2006
    South Jersey
    You're right about the penny, that's cool :) GLWTS!
  5. thanks jim:)
  6. the art guy

    the art guy Supporting Member

    Jun 19, 2008
    Hey, this is the neck you got with the '65 P body, right? Did it fit tightly in the pocket? Because if so, someone should buy them both and put them back together. ;)
  7. Yes sir, it was a very tight fit, could have passed for factory.
  8. Hans Gruber

    Hans Gruber

    Jun 18, 2003
    Los Angeles
    I'm fantasizing about this as we speak...
  9. It was a beauty of a combo, if you want a pic of this neck and that body together as 1 bass let me know I can get you these pics:)
  10. sold

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