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Neck valuation

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He might fancy block inlays or maple fretboard or even fretless. Might just not like looking at the skunk stripe...

To be fair theres a few reasons for changing the neck!

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Not really sure how much to ask for it though Shabbs.

Edited by The_D

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[quote name='Twincam' timestamp='1415660217' post='2602562']
Fret condition and are machine heads included?, truss rod working?.
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Bingo!

If the truss rod works it's worth something, If there's plenty of life left in the frets it'll probably fetch a fair bit - certainly may help pay for a new neck.

As for specific value - it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it. Compared to a graphite or steel reinforced Warmoth, All-Parts, or comparable neck it'll probably fetch a more modest sum.

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I think you might be surprised how much you'll get for it as it says Fender on the end... Can see alot of people wanting to bolt it on to their squiers.

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[quote name='Billy Apple' timestamp='1415695838' post='2602691']
I'll give you £5 for it.
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I'll see your £5 and raise it £5...

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Frets are very good, minimal wear, truss rod works perfect, probably with tuners, I have a maple neck with white inlays that I'm going to fit to the black body.

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