SOLD BOTH ITEMS: [DEL]$110[/DEL] $100 Paypal shipped CONUSA for a very nice satin finished Mighty Mite Maple Jazz Neck with Gotoh Vintage Style 28:1 reverse tuners. The neck and tuners are both in excellent condition. OR: I will also sell separately: $35 Paypal shipped for the Tuners & $65 Paypal shipped for the neck. Moze guitar shop in San Diego fit the neck and drilled the mounting holes to mate with a 90s Squier Jazz body. No work has been done to the nut or frets. The neck is drilled for both Hipshot Ultralites and Gotoh Vintage tuners (which cover the ultralite holes). There are no dings/damage to the fretboard or back of the neck. There is a very shallow depression in the grain on the face of the head stock (near the edge) between the E and A tuners. This was on the neck when I bought it. It is difficult to see unless you hold the neck up to the light at a certain angle. The slight gap between the A and D tuners is due to the variance in tuner hole center-to-center spacing courtesy of Mighty Mite. I never mounted a string retainer. The tuners are set of 4, Allparts Gotoh vintage style 28:1 reverse. The 11/16" Fender spec tuner ferrules were wrapped with a layer of aluminum tape so they would have a slight interference fit in the tuner bores of the Mighty Mite neck which are closer to 23/32" even though it is "Licensed by Fender." The tuner in the G position has a noticeable tight spot when you spin it without string tension on it. When strung, I never noticed it. The clovers have some slight scratches that were on them when I bought them... but still look great. I only mention it in case you are looking for museum quality perfect chrome. These are in better condition than half the ones I see on new basses that have been under the claws of a factory string winder. I think that about covers it. It's a very nice setup for the money. It looks sharp and plays nicely. I will email high-res photos upon request.