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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by TribalisticBass, Sep 30, 2005.


  1. I'm looking for a builder to build a set neck, for my very slow going project bass. I'm trying to build an explorer, fretless. Would like 5 piece lam walnut/maple/wenge/maple/walnut, with bubinga fretboard, lined with purpleheart, and bubinga nut. I would also like an original 14 degree two to a side headstock design that will still fit with the explorer body style. I am really fond of the thickness/profile of the peavy grind 4 neck. I probably will not need this neck for a couple of months, mainly trying to secure a builder, get a price quote, or see if anyone is interested. Thanks Please PM me with any quotes.
    Hambone, or Wilser I'ld like to hear from you guys I like your work.