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SOLD *Drop* Fender 1976 fretless precision bass neck USA 1976 Maple

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by jimmyb, Dec 27, 2020.

  1. jimmyb

    jimmyb An Avid Indoorsman Supporting Member

    Mar 12, 2003
    Elkton, MD
    United States
    This neck ships the day of/the day after payment is received until Jan 5, 2021. Reach out to me if it's after that date and we'll make arrangements. $700 + $30 shipped, conus.

    Fender USA 1976 Fretless P Bass (Precision Bass) neck.

    Nut is a "B" width. This is narrower and more modern than most 1970s Fender USA necks, making this neck especially rare and desirable.

    green neck stamp appears to read 0110-0763

    It has been fitted with tuners and a brass nut, which appear to have been added by a previous owner (non-original). There is some wear to the fingerboard, as should be expected for a 43-year-old neck, but it is in overall excellent condition. Please examine photos for condition. Screw holes exist for two different mountings. It has always coupled solidly with the body in every installation. The neck is straight when set-up, and plays wonderfully.

    Maple one-piece fretless necks are beautiful sounding and a dream to play on. Since maple is slightly softer than rosewood, only flat-wound strings are appropriate on this neck. The sound is warm and gorgeous paired with every bass body I've tried.
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    Last edited: Jan 1, 2021
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