WD Music Maple Stratocaster Neck with Ebony Fretboard This is a FENDER Licensed Neck.

Replacement Strat® neck with a unique combination of vintage and modern features similar to the Eric Clapton signature series neck.

If you have never tried a soft V neck, you need to try one. Your left hand will thank you.

Maple neck with 22 medium jumbo frets. 
Ebony finger board with a headstock adjust truss rod,10-inch radius.
1-11/16 inch nut width.
Comfortable soft 'V' profile with skunk stripe.
8.8 mm peg holes drilled for a vintage Kluson tuning machines. 
25 ½” Scale Length. 
Heel size 2-3/16" (USA Fender Specs)
Finished with a thin Satin Polyurethane

This neck has a nice grain pattern and is an excellent neck for replacement or new project installations.

We have upgraded this neck: -
1. Cleaned and conditioned the Ebony fretboard.

2. Removed any sharp fret ends and dressed.

3. Supply and install a Graph Tech Nubone Tusq Nut

These pictures are from a neck I sold earlier.

WD Music make some of the best Guitar Necks on the market and we go the extra mile to upgrade it before selling.

Please Note:  This neck may require some minor fret leveling and may need to be fine-tuned to fit your instrument. This is normal and not a defect. I have installed the nut, but I don’t glue them in. It may require adjustment once the neck is installed and the strings are tuned to pitch.

Shipping by UPS to the lower 48 States only. For Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, please contact me for shipping cost.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Stratocaster Neck with Ebony Fretboard and Soft V profile
  • Satin Poly
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