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Squier VM Precision V neck in VGC with stock tuners, extra holes from previous different tuners drilled and filled  £110 

Squier VM Precision V bridge £20
Fender High Mass bridge from FSR Precision £40
Unbranded high mass quick release bass bridge £15

4x Wilkinson gold bass tuners + bushells + washers + screws £35

Squier VM Jazz bass pickup set £30 
Squier VM Jazz control plate VVT £20
Unbranded Jazz control plate VVT £15

Everything else in pics GONE


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