I'm not really sure where to put this. It's not quite 'luthiers corner' material, and it's not really 'basses' either. Anyway, I've decided that I want a fretless jazz bass, and I'm probably going to buy an SX. I'm planning to buy a fretted model, then buy a fretless neck for it so I can swap back and forth every once in a while (I'll install threaded inserts in both necks to make sure I don't tear the mounting holes up). I was hoping to put a neck with a 7 1/4" radius on the bass, but my understanding is that SX uses a 12" radius on their necks. Does anyone know of any cheap, mass produced bass necks out there with a non-maple fingerboard and a 7 1/4" radius? I know Warmoth or USACG would be more than happy to build me one, but I'm not going to put a $300 neck on a $150 bass. Most of the other necks I've found online are either Mighty Mite (9 1/2" radius, but pretty cheap) or Allparts (10" radius, but surprisingly expensive). eBay hasn't turned much up either. Anyway, price is more important to me than quality, and I can do any fingerboard leveling or neck reshaping that is necessary. It just has to be sturdy. So... any ideas? I know it's asking a lot.