#1
I was just thinking about this. My bassist has a daphne blue Jazz bass and I thought it would be sweet if we had matching guitars for the stage. So I was thinking of buying a Squier Bullet in Daphne blue and switching the neck, pickups and hardware from my affinity strat onto it. I know that the "wood quality" comments are going to come up but I'm just wondering either way.

So would it all fit?
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#3
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Why not just paint the Affinity one to match it?

Why didn't I think of that!? Just do this, TS.
#4
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Why not just paint the Affinity one to match it?


Refinishing is no easy business.

Why not just get a body, and swap everything, including the neck, over.
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#5
It'd probably fit, strat parts are pretty standardly sized.
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#6
Well I'm actually going to give the guitar I'm replacing with the bullet to my cousin because she wants an electric after like 2 years of acoustic. A new body would cost me at least $350-$400, Daphne blue is also kind of a rare colour for Fender .
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#7
You DO know that'll be downgrading, right?
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