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FS- USACG Burled Mahogany/Ebony FRETLESS J Neck *WOW*

Discussion in 'For Sale: Parts, Strings, and Accessories' started by 123321, Jan 13, 2012.


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  1. 123321

    123321 Bravely eating @ MacDonald's Supporting Member

    Feb 1, 2004
    Virginia
    Burled Mahogany, ebony board with walnut lines (amazing), USACG headstock with USA Custom Guitars decal logo, light Nitro finish on the neck back, fingerboard unfinished...

    Graphite rods, total Fender spec neck with a 21st fret overhang...

    Will fit on all USAGC, Warmoth, Allparts, Fenders (with USA specs: 2 1/2" heels)...

    Very little use. 9/16", 14mm, Gotoh-Hipshot holes for tuners...
    1 1/2" headstock so- Jazz Width...

    A mahogany neck from USA is $288. with Ebony board... Want to add about $100.00 for the Burled Mahogany and ?? much for the finish?

    Warmoth charges an additional $85.00 for a lined fretless. No listing for a lined fretless using a wood for the lines...

    Lowered to $285.00 shipped in the USA (and well worth it!)...

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    Just fantastic!!! An item that exceeds expectations by a long shot...
     
  2. 123321

    123321 Bravely eating @ MacDonald's Supporting Member

    Feb 1, 2004
    Virginia
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  3. xsubs

    xsubs Working Class Hero Supporting Member

    Jul 15, 2007
    NYC & Corcaigh, √Čire
    Endorsing Artist: Hiwatt Amplification & Rotosound Strings
    PM your way
     
  4. 123321

    123321 Bravely eating @ MacDonald's Supporting Member

    Feb 1, 2004
    Virginia
    On hold for a discerning TB'er...
     
  5. 123321

    123321 Bravely eating @ MacDonald's Supporting Member

    Feb 1, 2004
    Virginia
    BaBing! GONE!!
     

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