Just ordered my first Warmoth parts - Jazz Bass content

umcoo

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Hi all, Chris from the UK here.  First post and just wanted to show off my very lovely telebass neck I just ordered.  Also got a gotoh 201, and it's all going on a MIM Jazz in Lake placid blue, with some old schecter monstertone pickups.

This isn't actually mine, but it looked VERY similar..I forgot to save a pic before I took it from the showcase  :tard:
bn2260a.jpg


I'll start a build diary when it all arrives!  Now just the wait.....
 

Mor Paul

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Do you have a part number? The members here have magical picture-finding powers. Check your invoice.  :icon_thumright:
 

line6man

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Very nice.

You can still get the picture.
Your order should tell you the serial number of the neck you bought...
Open up a picture (like the one you posted) and substitute the serial number for the one you bought, followed by "A", "B", and sometimes "C".
 

line6man

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I'm swelling with patriotic mucous.

Edit:
The OP probably thinks we're all nuts now. :blob7:
He starts a thread about the neck he ordered and we (I) turn it into obscure Futurama quotes.
 

umcoo

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I think it's BN2261, but I tried to find the pic, but couldn't...help a brother out?
 

umcoo

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There she is!  I think I just preferred the slight grain on the headstock as opposed to the plainer one still in the showcase.  Cheers Max
 

umcoo

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I hope so!  It took me months to track down the pickups, but once I got them I went ahead with the rest.  Only thing I'm apprehensive about is drilling for the tuners...any tips?
 

line6man

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What kind of tuners were you going to install?

Just make sure you do them straight by utilizing a square when you mark the holes. A drill press would be ideal, but you can use a hand drill if necessary.

When i installed the string tree on my Padouk neck, for whatever reason the screws would not go in more than halfway before binding in the hole.
I had to put some candle wax on the screw threads to lubricate the wood a bit, then they just screwed right in.

If the screws don't go in easily, use candle wax.
 

umcoo

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They're Schaller BML's...pretty straightforward, but I can just see it being a pain with a drill.  I might ask around if anyone has a drill press
 
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