1982 Squier JV Strat quartersawn (!) maple neck. Frets are playable but relatively low so they won't take another level and the neck will eventually need to be refretted. Besides the chipping at the end of the fretboard, this neck only shows minor playwear for it's age.

Nice flame figuring on the back combined with quartersawn cut makes this a custom shop-grade neck that's 40 years old. Fretboard edges are rolled off much like vintage Strats tend to have. Feature that current custom shop production can't get right. Has a solid loud ring on tap. Truss rod works as expected.

Radius - 7.25"

First fret width - 43mm (nut width 42mm)

12th fret width - 52mm

Depth - Fretboard at the first fret - 22mm

Depth - Fretboard at 12th fret - 23.8mm

Neck pocket width - 56mm (2-3/16")

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Listed6 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • Stratocaster
  • Natural
  • 1982
Made In
  • Japan

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