Replacement Stratocaster Neck
We've been making bodies and necks for many years now, and we have achieved a reputation among builders and luthiers for producing wood products of the highest quality.
We use only hand selected hardwoods from the USA to ensure consistency and quality, and manufacture everything in our own factory. We run a relatively small operation, meaning we can make everything by hand, without the need for expensive CNC machinery, thus keeping the costs relatively low.
All our necks are made from high quality A grade North American Maple to standard Fender dimensions, and are compatible with genuine Fender bodies
We are unable to pre-drill the mounting holes into the back of the neck for you. This is because we cannot guarantee that the holes we drill will match 100% with the holes in your guitar body.
This is a very simple thing to do, and we have created a very easy-to-follow video tutorial on the subject which you can view here
I`m fully pleased! great work guys, thank you.
Da gibt es nix zu meckern. Sehr schöner Hals. Die Bünde sind sauber und eben abgerichtet. Werde ihn mal montieren, glaube aber nicht, dass ich die Bünde nacharbeiten muss. Wenn man nörgeln wollte, dann über Lackreste im Trussrod Zugang. Wenn man in betracht zieht was das Original kostet, ist dieser Hals im Wortsinn eine preiswerte Alternative. Deshalb: Empfehlung meinerseits.
Nice straight neck. he nut being pre-fitted helped no end with trem alignment (drilling etc) on my 'NorthWest Guitars' partscaster, which I've now been playing for a year or so. There are a couple of points: As others have said, you'll need to either know how to do a fret job, or get a luthier to do it (which I did). Fret ends are sharp out of the box, the nut needs work, and frets need levelling. On a lesser note, the neck needed shimming. However, even though my luthier isn't the cheapest, this work wasn't expensive, and I now have a neck which rivals any of my US Strats. I'm not sure that the medium jumbo frets are as durable or tall as Dunlop or Jescar, but they're certainly good for a few years, and the neck is good enough quality that I'd be quite happy to have it refretted when necessary. So, as long as you don't expect to be able to use it straight out of the box (can apply to Fenders as well), no reason not to buy!
Beautifully crafted piece of wood, silky smooth finish, plays like a treat, nut has to be adjusted but this is left that way on purpose for individual taste,
Just needed a bit of frets leveling job and nut heigh adjutment and I have the nicer vintage gloss finished
and more confortable neck I ever played. Very good deliver service too. Thanks
Very quality guitar neck!
Finish is flawless, nice vintage lacquer. It required a fret levelling, and headnut was way to high. So it was not for a total beginner and you need to know how to make those basic guitar jobs.
Nicely finished, and very comfortable. I have a small hand and it's weird how this thick neck performs better than every neck I owned, and is richer in harmonics than the neck it replaced. Nice maple grain too.