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There is none since this ain't a 60's body.
- String ferrules aligned "too straight" for 60's
- lower electronic routing "too round" for 60's
+1. Wrong logo, wrong pickguard, for the asked price there has to be a very good story & proof behind that.
"Here" as "not in this section" (vintage), as mentioned previously.
You're not, this topic doesn't belong here by any means.
As I said... too good to be true. Click bait or craving for attention.
To me, any comment like "this doesn't belong here" is superfluous, but I won't get that far to use the word "annoyed" and let it spoil my mood....
I doubt that. Economically it makes no sense to remove a fretboard to save it for using on another maple "base". It would be cheaper to dump it....
Have you ever tried to "remove" a thin fretboard and get it off intact just to glue it on again?
You can't "peel off" a glued-on fretboard of 3 mm thickness to re-use it on another neck with any acceptable results. Never, that is.
Because the market is asking for them.
"I don't like thieves"? :lol: Come on, who likes them?
Good to see the guitars were rescued, anyway.
Shrinkage won't appear on the treble side only! Heat like in a shop window won't cause that effect by any means, plus there would be an equal...
And how's that? "Easy" is the last thing that come to my mind in this case, unless you suggest to sand down the maple until it's flush with the...
Tastes are different.
A great combination, yes!
Perception is reality.
To me, my vintage guitars "feel and sound better"...whatever that means to anyone else. So there is no question as like...
The Clap-Tele. :-)
So how do we identify the material? Scratching/grinding with a Dremel on the inside looking what's underneath the plating??
So, what kinda cover does an original '64 neck PU have? Brass or nickel silver?
What are the correct periods for brass vs. nickel silver covers?