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Sostituzione acero collo Fingerboard Dot Fret per ST Strat chitarra elettrica
che collo fatta di alta qualità importati acero canadese.
spruzzo legno acero di alta qualità lucido verniciato con vernice lacca ecologica.
la tastiera è dotata di punti neri (indicatori di posizione) e 22 tasti.
10mm diametro testa macchina fori per spine per installazione del sintonizzatore.
regolazione truss rod è stato installato presso la paletta.
legno collo: acero
marchio della posizione dei puntini di colore: nero
larghezza al capotasto: circa 4,2 cm/1.65 in
larghezza tacco: circa 57,5 mm/2,26 in
tacco profondità: circa 2cm (0,8 in); con tastiera 2,6 cm (1 in)
Frets: 22 tasti
diametro fori Peg: 10mm/1,4 in
lunghezza totale del collo chitarra: circa 67cm/26,4 in
peso collo chitarra: 677g/23,87 oz
dimensioni del pacco: 70 * 10 * 5cm / 27.5 * 3.9 * 2 in
peso del pacchetto: 866g/30,54 oz
1 * Strat Style chitarra collo
A The neck is made of high quality imported Canadian maple. Width at Nut: Approx. 4.2cm / 1.65in Heel width: Approx. 57.5mm / 2.26in Heel Depth: Approx. 2cm (0.8in); with fingerboard 2.6cm (1in) Frets: 22 frets Peg holes diameter: 10mm / 1.4in Guitar neck total length: Approx. 67cm / 26.4in Guitar neck weight: 677g / 23.87oz
A Guitar neck total length: Approx. 67cm / 26.4in
it has frets that are half falling out. It's a piece of crap don't waste your time
By James on July 25, 2017
By Linda Collins on May 8, 2018
The length of the neck from center nut to end on mine is 18 3/4 ins just add the difference from the bridge to end of neck where it's fits in your guitar
By Roald on March 20, 2018
Make sure the guitar has a stray style neck pocket (there’s a diagram on the Warmoth site so you know what I mean) but know this neck will need a fill fret level, crown, & polish. IMO you may save some money buying a used neck on eBay but if you know how to do fret work it’s a pretty decent deal.
By Richard B. on March 16, 2018
All the sizes are worn off on my allen wrenches. You just have to try a few and see what fits. More importantly you need to turn it in the right direction. You might not see an immediate result it may take a few hours to settle in.
By Filippo on February 10, 2018
I'm happy with the investment, I switched a peavey raptor neck out with this one and have noticed quite the positive difference s in sound! I didn't expect all of that was going to happen I was firstly only switching them for the glossy feature so the difference in sound quality too for the model of guitar I used was i… see more I'm happy with the investment, I switched a peavey raptor neck out with this one and have noticed quite the positive difference s in sound! I didn't expect all of that was going to happen I was firstly only switching them for the glossy feature so the difference in sound quality too for the model of guitar I used was indeed an awesome bonus!! The last person(s) who posted are correct about the size. see less
By Luke on January 17, 2018
I believe any standard guitar tuners will fit. As long as they are 6 inline and not the split 3x3. I just put some standard fender tuners and they fit great, not too loose and not too tight.
By Dakota D. on January 5, 2018
Sorry I don't know or have the tool to measure it.
By Marika Yamaguchi on November 14, 2017
This neck will probably fit in the neck slot. They seem to fit in the Mexican produced strats. I really love these necks and for the price if it doesn't work you can use it for a project guitar. This neck will have a very vintage look to it and it will have a high yellow tint to it. The frets will feel different than y… see more This neck will probably fit in the neck slot. They seem to fit in the Mexican produced strats. I really love these necks and for the price if it doesn't work you can use it for a project guitar. This neck will have a very vintage look to it and it will have a high yellow tint to it. The frets will feel different than your normal strat, but I also don't know what you like as far a fret size. They just feel different, but I like it. For the price you can go wrong. see less
By Golf Nut on October 3, 2017
I would think so. I was able to get one onto a peavey raptor and I know it would work out for any fender strat squiers I have had experience with! It's really not a bad deal for the price plus the fretboard is glossy for good bends and all. It improved the sound of my raptor I honestly was impressed with it and I have … see more I would think so. I was able to get one onto a peavey raptor and I know it would work out for any fender strat squiers I have had experience with! It's really not a bad deal for the price plus the fretboard is glossy for good bends and all. It improved the sound of my raptor I honestly was impressed with it and I have no regrets. I have been playing it often. see less
By Luke on October 5, 2017
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December 2, 2017
For the price, you can't beat it. There were a couple imperfections... Clear coat had a small crack on the fretboard. The 12th fret is sitting a bit higher than the rest, but that's an easy fix. Love the gloss semi-yellow finish. It reminds me of the Fender Squire Classic Vibe 50s with the maple neck, it's nearly identical. I'm using this neck for a guitar I built from a kit a few years ago. I'm rebuilding it completely; changing all the hardware, color, ect. This is the perfect fit. Will post an update after it's all together
By Gary Guitar
November 28, 2017
Short Version: In general you get what you pay for. I don’t think this is quite the quality of official replacement necks 2 to 4 times more expensive, but it had no major flaws, was straight, and with a little work, looked good and played well. It took about 2 weeks to receive. Longer Version: The neck was two-piece with the fretboard glued to the neck and felt a little chunkier than my other strats, but not too bad. The headstock was the large 70s style. It was a C shape with a flat fretboard. I’m not sure what the nut was made of, probably plastic. The frets aren’t too big so maybe medium. The only flaw was a few of the frets were overly filed, but that was very minor. It looked good, was finished in a clear lacquer (no tint like in the picture) and had some figuring in the wood. First I’ll say I’m an amateur player and repair guy, having just swapped out a few pickguards and pickups. I wanted to change out the neck on a 50s MIM strat, but thought the 70s headstock did not go with it. Instead I put it on a Squier Deluxe strat with upgraded pickups. The only issue with the neck was the butt end that fits onto the body of the guitar was thicker than the Squier. I tried sanding it down with a vibrating sander but that did not take off enough wood so I bought some inexpensive wood chisels and chiseled out the pocket of the guitar. I think a belt sander would work well or if you are used to working on guitars this should not be a major issue. I also had to drill a few small holes – minor. The entire process took about 2 hours. In the end the neck looked really good, it seemed to enhance the sound (maybe because it was thicker), and I like the larger headstock. But I probably would not use it on an expensive guitar.
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