F/S Fretless Jazz Neck, Reliced, loaded A little while ago I was in need of a fretless guitar. I had a Nash Jazz that I was using for a backup so I decided to experiment. I picked up a Squire VM fretless neck. Sanded off the poly. Sprayed it with lacquer sanding sealer and top coated it with StewMac’s vintage colored lacquer. I sprayed the headstock black, added a Fender water slide decal and tried my hand at relicing it. The finger board is Ebanol and actually has a grain look to it. It also has white fret markers that I blacked out with a Sharpie. The Sharpie worked O.K. but it’s not permanent. To remove the Ink all I did was a quick wipe with alcohol. The neck worked out great. Eventually I sold the Nash but kept the neck. I’ve had it mounted to MIJ P-Bass, a MIM Cowpoke (I had to move the bridge for correct intonation) a MIM Jazz Blacktop and a Skyline Decade (the pocket was a little narrow so I sanded the base of the neck to fit). All of the above had a very solid mount and I believe this will fit most 4-bolt Fender style bodies. It doesn't come with the plate or screws. I always used the ones from the body I was putting it on. I'm selling this because I just ordered a maple/ebony fretless Jazz neck from Warmoth <a href="http://s467.photobucket.com/albums/rr34/Boomer1948/Jazz%20Neck/?action=view&current=Back3.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i467.photobucket.com/albums/rr34/Boomer1948/Jazz%20Neck/Back3.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a> BEFORE SHARPIE AFTER SHARPIE AFTER WIPING OFF SHARPIE $125 shipped CONUS, Paypal accepted. Trades?…I can’t think of anything that I’d like to trade for. I don’t need effects, stands, cases or strings but I’m open to offers.