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Q & A
It fit my strat like kit but I've seen them with the fretboard overhanging the neck as well for a strat so it may be for a variation on models
By chet on May 15, 2018
No. You will have to sand it to the natural state and then seal it after staining.
By Scott Ramey on April 1, 2018
It will fit most strat or tele fender bodys. You may have to do some very slight sanding / fileing to the neck pocket sides and / or the scratch plate, but this is rare due to the finish thickness used over the years.
By Jack10 on March 18, 2018
Yes, but only if the original scale length was 25.5" and it had 24 frets
By Maiko Hashino on January 31, 2018
Yes it will
By joe on January 2, 2018
It’s a standard
By chet on November 28, 2017
I Would also look for a 21 not a 22 fret neck..
By Vernon Dixon on September 14, 2017
By Kimball on May 27, 2017
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By Scott Baxter
September 16, 2017
This thing cost $30 and was the only 24 fret bold-on neck I could find, other than one for a Jackson guitar with triangular fret markers. I'm very please with it overall. I haven't installed it yet, but it looks good. Some info: The width at the nut (1 5/8") and at the heel of the neck are similar to the neck on my Fender Jaguar, probably to a Stratocaster or Telecaster. There is no cover for the truss rod hole at the head. The slots in the nut look shallow to me. I plan to file them deeper. The nut is placed at the end of the fretboard, rather than in a slot. Mine is made from two pieces of maple; there is a join that's just barely visible behind the second fret. The back of the neck has a satin finish. It may need a gloss coat. The black headstock finish is very shiny. The ends of the frets are smooth. The orange dots are paler than they appear in the product photos; this was a relief.
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