The Devil made me do it. I was bored and kind of curious (always a dangerous combination for me) so I did this... That's the graphite neck from a Peavey GBass on one of my Precision style project bodies. I was surprised that it only needed a minor intonation tweak considering the neck is 35 inch scale and the bridge is positioned on the body for a 34. The neck is currently held on by only 2 screws because I didn't want to make any new holes I couldn't cover with the neck plate and the lower holes will be outside of the neckplate footprint. The GBass neck is more narrow than a Fender style neck so there's a gap of 3/64"on both sides of the neck. Considering the neck is only held on by 2 screws and the size of the gaps it thing sounds fantastic, with extremely consistent tone everywhere on the fingerboard with no hot or dead spots. Even better than on the Peavey body. I might make it permanent. The PVG-P bass.