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mitey mite vs. stewmac vs. allparts

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by jim primate, Jul 2, 2004.


  1. jim primate

    jim primate bass guitarist.

    i'm looking for a maple jazz bass neck w/ a maple board. and i don't wanna spend a ton of money, who would you say has the best replacement jazz neck for the price. i'm looking to $150 or less, and i want the neck to be finished. let's hear some opinions between these 3.
     
  2. rdhbass

    rdhbass

    Jun 28, 2003
    Springfield, mo
    Mighty mite bass necks are very much like Fender made in mexico necks, but a little better in some peoples opinions. They are adjustable on the headstock. For the price, (you can find them on ebay) it can't be beat. If you are picky and u want steel reinforcement, truss adjustable at the bottom, and fancy smancy wood, try warmoth. Allparts is a fender licensed company that sells American fender-like necks. You can find a warmoth neck with either rosewood or maple fretboard in the fender shape for exactly 150 bucks.