Just took this off a Squier VM modified fretless. Great feeling neck, ebonol board. This is a great neck, which I do wish I could have kept. But I could never quite get the action right with my preferred strings - TI flats. When I had Chromes on there the action was fine. But when i switched to the lower tension TIs I could never get rid of some buzz around the 3rd/4th position on the G string. I took the neck off and sanded the board with a radius block. While I was at it I sanded the back of the neck and gave it a coat of Tung oil. But my issue remained. I think someone with a workshop and basic grasp of luthiery could spend an hour on this and get a great steal of a neck. But I just decided I didn't want to spend the time (or money on tools) and picked up a Fender Players neck instead. Other than that std player wear, a few nicks in the headstock, and some string grooves (PO played rounds I think), which i tried to capture best I can. Truss rod appears to be fine. Sorry for the long post, but just want full disclosure. $100 shipped CONUS as is.