I have a Valenti Jazz bass, I got it from the TB classifieds, its the trans red one with maple blocked and bound neck and all black hardware. I like everything about this bass except the neck profile, its a bit thick for my taste. I want to be perfectly clear, this has nothing to do with Nino. In fact the setup and assembly of this bass is nothing less than stellar. I have gigged with this bass several times and I always get compliments about its sound. I'm guessing this is due to the Sadowsky pickups and Sadowsky preamp. This bass flat out thumps and rocks but I feel a bit fumble fingered when I play it due to the neck thickness. I recently bought a Fender Geddy Lee also from the TB classifieds and the neck profile is alot better, almost too thin. So do I swap necks? This is going to require redrilling for tuners and one bass is going to end up with holes that show on the back of the headstock and I'm not sure the neck mounting screws are going to line up. Or do I swap just the Sadowsky pickups and preamp into the Geddy and the stock Geddy pickups into the Valenti? This is going to require drilling a side input jack in the Geddy which I am somewhat hesitant to do mostly because it cannot be undone plus this will leave me with a Valenti with a side input and a lower contol plate input jack which will look stupid. Or do I have a luthier sand/shave down the Valenti (Warmoth) neck? They only drawback here is that this will obliterate the finish and require a complete refin and the neck has a pretty cool vintage tint to it. Or do I just chuck both of them and buy a Sadowsky?