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Which bass? Which neck?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Sundown1206, May 11, 2011.


  1. Red Jazz w/ Black CF Neck, White Jaguar w/ Rosewood Neck?

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  2. Red Jazz w/ Rosewood neck?, White Jaguar w/ Black CF Neck?

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  1. Sundown1206

    Sundown1206

    Jan 26, 2010
    Chicago
    I have a black Status Graphite Carbon Fiber neck to use.
    And a rosewood Fender Jazz neck

    My options are a red MIM Jazz Deluxe Fender with a black PG
    And, a MIJ Jaguar Fender with a Tortoise PG

    Which bass should get which neck? Keep in mind the other bass would obviously get the other neck. I love both bases, one is not a backup to the other.
     
  2. UncleMattGuy

    UncleMattGuy

    Jan 26, 2011
    What happened to the rest of the status? Putting a status neck on a jaguar is like putting a Lamborghini transmission in a pinto! Lose that retro fender assembly line crap and find the rest of the status!
     
  3. Sundown1206

    Sundown1206

    Jan 26, 2010
    Chicago
    It's a jazz replacement neck. I didn't pull it off a full status bass.
     
  4. jay tay

    jay tay

    Aug 12, 2009
    Manchester UK
    stick the carbon on the Jazz, and pretend that you have a modulus! lol I'd also paint the Jazz green and pretend that I'm Daryl Jenifer from bad brains! well maybe not, but I would do the Jazz carbon fibre, and the and use the rose wood on the Jag!
     
  5. I'd do the opposite, slap that carbon fibre goodness on the Jag! :bassist:
     
  6. Hevy T

    Hevy T Supporting Member

    Jan 11, 2011
    Lethbridge, AB Canada
    I would send that neck to me to test for a while, then I will give you a decision :hyper:
     

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