I have decided to take some time away from building for the next several months (and possible more) while I devote my spare time to playing for a promising solo artist. So I'm shedding some of my parts and components. This is one of those items.
Here's a maple neck with rosewood fretboard that we use to build our Buscanti Basses. I buy these unfinished from a supplier in Canada who frets for us. They have never disappointed us. I've decided to finish this one off with several coats of nitro lacquer, keep with a relatively standard Fender Jazz headstock cut design.
This all finished for you. Unused, never mounted, and ready to roll.
The heel is slightly rounded (see photos) and the binding is not binding at all, but rather a tiny layer of hard composite resin attached around the fretboard. We like these because they are durable and will not shrink over time as you would find with the regular binding.
It's a beautiful 20 fret neck with Pearloid (NOT real Pearl) inlays. I don't believe in using real animal parts. Sorry.
Here are the measurements:
34" scale neck
1.5" width at nut
2.5" at the heel
heel thickness 1.0".
Tuner holes : 11/16 (fender standard tuners)
Radius is fairly flat 20" to 24"
C-shape back. (Feels real comfortable in your hands)
My price $155 includes insured shipping to anywhere in the the USA. If you live outside of the US, Your cost will be $130 for the neck plus the shipping costs to your country.
Here are several photos:
Rosewood Pearl Neck - Google Drive
Here's one for the Avatar