#1
So right now im sporting a Fender Amer. Standard Jazz
one complaint about it is the lack of 24 frets.

id also like to look into some nice fret inlays rather than the normal dots.

and sites i should look into?
im checking warmoth right now

and will there be a problem in changing the necks from a 20 to 24 fret?
will it be wider etc.?
GEAR
Fender American Jazz Standard Bass
EHX Russian Big Muff
Boss SYB-5 synth
Peavy Max 700 Bass Amp w/ Peavy Pro 410 Bass Cab
Ampeg BA-115T

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#2
also what would be the best woods to invest in?
GEAR
Fender American Jazz Standard Bass
EHX Russian Big Muff
Boss SYB-5 synth
Peavy Max 700 Bass Amp w/ Peavy Pro 410 Bass Cab
Ampeg BA-115T

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#3
Warmoth makes the best parts. I guarantee you'll love anything you get from them.
There's my way and the wrong way.
#4
You might need to adjust the neck heel? Unless you can get a neck with a fretboard that hangs over.

That might be a stretch though, and it would suck (if it were hanging over) as fret access would be horrible.

Just buy a Jazz 24, they are out there.
#5
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You might need to adjust the neck heel? Unless you can get a neck with a fretboard that hangs over.

That might be a stretch though, and it would suck (if it were hanging over) as fret access would be horrible.

Just buy a Jazz 24, they are out there.



i know
im trying to avoiud buying another bass

if its not possible without modifing the bodyi probably wont
GEAR
Fender American Jazz Standard Bass
EHX Russian Big Muff
Boss SYB-5 synth
Peavy Max 700 Bass Amp w/ Peavy Pro 410 Bass Cab
Ampeg BA-115T

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#6
I don't really see the need in two full octaves on a bass (or guitar for that matter) in a band situation though.

You might be able to get a 22 with a hangover, shouldn't be that bad.