So I love everything about my baja Tele except for the finish on the neck. It's thick and quite frankly feels cheep even thought the neck shape itself is a work of art. So after an hour or so of playing some custom shop tele's at Lark Street this past Sunday I realized how nice those necks felt becuase they were a soft satin, broken in feel. So I went home and got out the scotch brite pad. I first tried the regular one but it would not cut throught the poly so I moved to the heavy duty green one. Well let me tell you after 5 minutes of elbow grease, the neck is spectacular. I did from the bottom of the headstock to the heal following the contours of the heal and I now feel like a Fender Custom Shop builder becuase it turned out so perfect. A nice satin soft fealing neck which feels every bit as good as the custom shop necks I was playing. Just thought I would share.