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Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard

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OVERVIEW

A direct replacement bass neck for Precision basses

The MM2919 P-Bass replacement neck is constructed of maple and a fretless ebonol fingerboard that has been given an oil-based finish.

Since the 1970's Mighty Mite has manufactured custom and replacement bass parts for luthiers, repairmen, and guitarists who can't wait to hot-rod their Fender Precision bass or P-style bass.

FEATURES
  • Type: fretless P-bass
  • Neck: maple
  • Fingerboard: ebonol
  • Fingerboard radius: 9.5"
  • Number of frets: none
  • Nut width: 1-11/16"
  • Finish: oil-based
  • Warranty: one year limited
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Mighty MiteMM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard
 
4.6

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (7)
  • Functional (7)
  • Good quality (7)
  • Improves sound (5)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (5)
  • Concerts (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (7), Professional musician (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Neck, to replace the fender stock

10
My Son replaced a damaged Fender Mex Jazz Bass neck with this Mighty Mite fretless P Bass neck.

He had to sand the heel of the neck, with a...Read complete review

10
My Son replaced a damaged Fender Mex Jazz Bass neck with this Mighty Mite fretless P Bass neck.

He had to sand the heel of the neck, with a sanding block to round out the corners to fit the Fender Mex Jazz Bass Heal socket.

Some light sanding and a perfect fit.

The fingerboard is GREAT. smooth hard woody sound.

Half a turn to the truss rod, set action and intonation, This is a HUGE Improvement over the stock neck.

So far this is a great, low cost upgrade. I highly recommend this product..

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Won't work with 60s, 70s and most 80s Fenders

I bought this neck to put on a early 70s P Bass and the neck fit like a glove. I MEAN It fit perfectly in the neck pocket with no gap or slop of...Read complete review

I bought this neck to put on a early 70s P Bass and the neck fit like a glove. I MEAN It fit perfectly in the neck pocket with no gap or slop of any kind...nice and snug.

The problem in the neck pocket depth. The Mighty Mite is quite a bit thicker than the stock Fender neck. So much so that I had to jack the saddle height of the bridge up so much that the adjustment screws were running out of threads. I prefer really low action and If it was setup at factory Fender specs.,
the adjust screws would've backed all the way out of the saddles.
I do recall doing a neck swap from a 60s or early 70s Fender bass and a 1999 MIM Fender Standard Jazz bass and it was the same thing except this time- the older neck fit nicely in the pocket, but it was way too low in the neck pocket in the MIM Fender body.
That's one of the many possible problems with all of this. I'm sure the people in the business are aware of these issues and you'd think that there would more information concerning specifications..dimensions etc.

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(15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Neck, to replace the fender stock

By Richard Wickham

from Virginia

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Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

10
My Son replaced a damaged Fender Mex Jazz Bass neck with this Mighty Mite fretless P Bass neck.

He had to sand the heel of the neck, with a sanding block to round out the corners to fit the Fender Mex Jazz Bass Heal socket.

Some light sanding and a perfect fit.

The fingerboard is GREAT. smooth hard woody sound.

Half a turn to the truss rod, set action and intonation, This is a HUGE Improvement over the stock neck.

So far this is a great, low cost upgrade. I highly recommend this product..

(9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

MM2919 P-Bass Replacement neck

By craig sissick

from CT

Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

was suprised at the limited amount of maitenence needed to fit the neck into the squire neck pocket, the Mighty Might neck is definitly a better neck then the old squire one that came with the original guitar, very happy, may install one on another bass.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Replacement for Squier jazz

By pkgregory

from Arizona

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gigging

    Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

    I acquired a used Squier Jazz fretless bass but really didn't care for the neck. I couldn't get the fretboard flat enough to enable decent action, and the strings would dead-out above the 12th fret, making that part of the fretboard useless unless I raised the action to an uncomfortable level. Also, I personally don't like the thin profile of a Jazz neck anyway, so a P-style neck seemed like the way to go. I considered dropping twice or more as much money on a Warmouth or Carvin neck, but I took a chance on this one and glad I did. It's very good and a considerable improvement over the stock. I had to sand the heel just a bit to fit the neck pocket, but noticed that after a week or so in the Arizona weather, the wood shrunk just a bit, so if you live in a dry area, maybe wait a week or two before fitting the neck. Anyway, the neck still fits very tightly and I'm pleased. The feel is very good. Neck adjusts easily and fretboard action is very playable. Maybe not as low as it could be as the fretboard isn't 100% perfectly flat, but it's pretty darn close. There is none of that "hump" up past the 12th fret that was a problem with the stock neck, so the upper register is very useable. Ebanol fretboard looks good and plays well. It's a bit shiny for my taste, but ok. Nut had to be adjusted quite a bit, but that was to be expected. Probably I'll trade it out for better material at some point.

    All in all, a very good purchase. I've been using this as my sole instrument on gigs lately, so obviously I'm feeling confident in it. Also just got done laying down 12 tracks for an upcoming CD, and everyone dug the sound. Gotta say, I love it when I can make cheap gear perform like the big $$$ stuff!

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great: Just had it's debut

    By Hutch

    from Houston

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

      I have the best of both worlds. I don't know why Fender does not make this combination. Active J bass with a fretless P bass neck. I play double bass in the symphony. On our Pops concerts and Broadway concerts I need an electric. I love both the feel and the sound of this neck. The Ebonol is harder than Ebony and has a great sound and is durable. One of the other bassists in my section wants me to build him one. I will also play this for touring shows.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent Ebonol neck!

      By Buffalo_BiL

      from New Buffalo, MI

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      Pros

      • Improves Sound
      • Very Hard Surface

      Cons

      • Not Enough Fret Markers

      Best Uses

      • Bass Solos

      Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

      Finally, an easy-excellent way to transform a bass into fretless.
      This neck was easy to screw onto my SX jazz bass, and it was a huge improvement over the rosewood neck I had de-fretted.
      Consistent sound from string to string and note to note, with much improved punch and sustain.
      It has a satin finish.
      I'm going to put some tiny notches along the side of the fingerboard as fret markers though, as this neck only has marker dots at the traditional alternating frets. Meanwhile I use tiny pieces of tape for fret markers.

      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Won't work with 60s, 70s and most 80s Fenders

      By radioripster

      from SE Coast

      About Me Professional Musician

      Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

      I bought this neck to put on a early 70s P Bass and the neck fit like a glove. I MEAN It fit perfectly in the neck pocket with no gap or slop of any kind...nice and snug.

      The problem in the neck pocket depth. The Mighty Mite is quite a bit thicker than the stock Fender neck. So much so that I had to jack the saddle height of the bridge up so much that the adjustment screws were running out of threads. I prefer really low action and If it was setup at factory Fender specs.,
      the adjust screws would've backed all the way out of the saddles.
      I do recall doing a neck swap from a 60s or early 70s Fender bass and a 1999 MIM Fender Standard Jazz bass and it was the same thing except this time- the older neck fit nicely in the pocket, but it was way too low in the neck pocket in the MIM Fender body.
      That's one of the many possible problems with all of this. I'm sure the people in the business are aware of these issues and you'd think that there would more information concerning specifications..dimensions etc.

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      An inexpensive path to fretlessness

      By Chris

      from Jacksonville, FL

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      Pros

      • Customizable
      • Good Quality
      • Great price

      Cons

      • Nut Slots Too High

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

      If you're good with a drill and screwdriver and know how to set up a bass, there's no reason you can't use this neck.

      I couldn't pass up an cheap Squier Jazz at a pawn shop for use as a project bass. I thought about ripping the frets out, but for the time it takes to do it right, it didn't make sense to do so when there's this affordable slice of heaven.

      It will definitely need some setting up; it's no good right out of the box. The guitar tech at my local music store filed the nut slots down, which I think is a definite must for playability. The tuner bushings had a bit of trouble going into the holes, so I used a rattail file to open the holes up a bit. The neck fit perfectly into the Jazz Bass's pocket, and then I did some truss rod adjustments to get the neck almost completely flat. Custom decals for the headstock finished the job nicely. If you have any concerns about installation, there's a great YouTube video called "Fretless Bass Neck Replacement" showing a funny Canadian installing this very neck.

      Properly set up, it's smooth as silk to play, encourages expression, and has that great fretless tone.

       
      5.0

      Great idea to try

      By Wrangler the rocker

      from Wisconsin

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backup
        • Practicing

        Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

        I put this neck on my Fender Precision bass and it made it into a different "animal". I love the sound and shape of the back of the neck and slick as a baby's butt....great for sliding. Otherwise, I'd of had to buy a whole new bass, and a fretless one too and they are not cheap. So this option fit my budget quite well within. And it was delivered in two days as advertised. Am VERY satisfied and Mighty Mite makes a great neck and it's quality ok'd by a Fender "license"...so good enough for me.

         
        5.0

        Great neck, especially the price

        By Garvoon

        from Maryland

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Improves Sound

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

          It took a while because the neck was back-ordered for months (not Musician's Friend's fault), but no muss, no fuss and now I have another fretless bass. It fit perfectly into the body ... you will have to drill holes for the screws in the heel of neck where it mounts. Go to YouTube and search for "Dave's World of Fun Stuff - mounting a fretless neck." He uses this neck and will show you how to mount it. He used a Squier bass and I used a MiM body. I'd put the link in, but I fear that may be against the rules.

          The holes in the headstock for the bushing are 80mm, and the Hipshot HB7 tuner fit it perfectly. You can use a rat tail file, if need be, to slightly enlarge the holes for your original tuning machines if you're using them.

          Once mounted, I used my nut files and brought the strings to .015" above the fretboard.

          Get one ... I've been playing fretless for over 20 years and its different and FUN!

           
          5.0

          great, not only for Fender/Squier basses

          By Marek

          from Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Good Quality

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Customization

            Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

            I installed this neck on my homemade MusicMan Stingray-type bass, I'm using it with flats and will restring it with tapewounds as I receive them - I'm loving it already! It's my first fretless bass and I'm really enjoying the experience so far, plays very nice.
            I had to sand the heel a little bit to fit it in the pocket of the body, also the tuner holes to fit the bushings. I also lacquered the headstock white to match the body. Now I just have to think of a nice decal to put on it... :-)

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Slick transition

            By Chris

            from NOLA

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            Pros

            • Easy To Use
            • Functional

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

                I replaced the neck of my 1983 precision bass with this fretless neck. I had no problems with the depth of the neck into the body joint. The ebanol neck is very polished, even when using flatwound strings. The notes are not exactly on the fret-marking dots, in tune slightly to the left. This may not be a defect, probably my carpentry inexperience. The neck needed an adjustment, the action too high in the middle of the neck. After the neck and saddles were fiddled with for a few days, it sounds great.

                (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                3.0

                Mighty Mite fretless neck review

                By Jim

                from Pana, illinois

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Good Quality

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

                    When I first considered this neck I called and was told it would fit my Dean bass. But I found that I had to do a little router work on it to get it to seat properly. It was worth the extra work though because it plays great.

                     
                    4.0

                    Very nice replacement neck

                    By Alias

                    from Santa Cruz, CA

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                    Pros

                    • Easy To Use
                    • Functional
                    • Good Quality

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

                        Replaced an old Hohner fretless neck that had warped. Had to rout out the body 1/8" wider to accepth the neck. Depth was fine. The neck is hard wood, so use the correct pilot holes for the screws, I broke a couple.
                        Set up nicely, had to do a little tweaking, neck angle, truss rod, pickup height and bridge saddle height to get the action where I like it. Worth the effort and the money. I have my old fretless bass back and it plays as good as it ever did....

                         
                        5.0

                        Great quality, incredibly fun to play!

                        By Eman from GRUVE.ca

                        from Southern Ontario, Canada

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                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Functional
                        • Great Wood Quality
                        • Smooth Sexy Fretless Look
                        • Straight As An Arrow

                        Cons

                        • Needs More Fretmarkers

                        Best Uses

                        • Honing In Your Skittles
                        • Practicing

                        Comments about Mighty Mite MM2919 P-Bass Replacement Neck with a Fretless Ebonol Fingerboard:

                        Super beauty neck!! With some minor router work I got this neck to fit a '90's knock-off Fender P-Bass. Although suggested as a replacement neck for Fenders only, can very easily be fitted to other Fender-like basses. Action and tone are great and the ebonol fretboard is very durable and shows little wear after hours of shred-tastic face melting, pocket grooving, callus making jams. Do *NOT* pull frets out of your current fretboard, this inexpensive neck will get your bass "muah"-ing like Jaco after simply drilling 4 holes. A definite A+!

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