#1
It's been a while since i've posted here, but such a problem calls for it.

I have a 1982 Peavey T-40 that's in great condition, considering it's almost 30 years old. I was cleaning it off about 5 minutes ago and noticed a crack from where the neck meets to body to the 17th fret. So I immediately removed the neck to investigate, and did not like what I found. The crack goes almost the entire height(?) of the neck

So Bass Forum, does anyone know where I can get a reasonably priced replacement neck? I'd like to get a Peavey neck, keeping this bass as original as possible.
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#2
You may be able to take it to a luthier, who could be able to repair the neck.
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#3
The only licensed luthier I knew of in my area went out of business a few weeks ago :\
-Fender Deluxe Active P-bass (60th anniversary)
-Peavey T-40 (1982)
-Hartke HA-3500
-Aguilar GS 2x12
-GK Backline 2x10
#4
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The only licensed luthier I knew of in my area went out of business a few weeks ago :\


well he would have gone out of business due to a lack of money? eh?
so if you offer him money to do a repair job i doubt he will say no.

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#5
Well I don't know where the guy lives, plus he tried jacking the price when he made a nut for me, went from $45 to $95. Would GC do a fix like this?
-Fender Deluxe Active P-bass (60th anniversary)
-Peavey T-40 (1982)
-Hartke HA-3500
-Aguilar GS 2x12
-GK Backline 2x10
#6
Aww man, that sucks. Peavey T-40 still sell for a fantastic price and are always wanted. . To get a replacement neck for it will cost a lot of money as they are rare and wanted basses. Shinhoman has the best idea on this situation.

EDIT : ^^ damn. You could always take it along and see if they have an inhouse technician if they don't, they will have contacts for you.
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