Lacewood on Curly Maple Strat Style 24.75" Conversion Neck

This is a brand new unfinished neck. The fretboard on this neck was manufactured to have a straight and even radius, but fret leveling and crowning may be needed for a low action setup. This neck has had a light coat of walnut oil to seal the wood and accentuate the grain!

Neck Specs
  • Figured Curly Flame Maple Neck
  • Lacewood Fretboard
  • 21 Medium/Jumbo Jescar Frets .047 High .104 Wide
  • Mother of Pearl Fret and Side Markers
  • Dual Action Truss Rod Heel Adjust
  • 24.75" Scale
  • 12" Radius
  • .86 Thick 1st Fret, .923 Thick 12th Fret
  • Tuner Holes 10mm
  • Nut Width 1 11/16"
  • Heel Width 2 3/16"
  • Flat Bottom Nut Slot
  • Weight 1 Pound 5 Ounces

The frets on these necks are not leveled before sale. The fretboard is carefully manufactured to have a straight and even radius but fret leveling and crowning may be necessary for a low action setup.

Neck does not have a finish coat, further sanding may be required before a finish is applied. This piece has a light coat of walnut oil applied to seal the wood and accentuate the grain.

Please Note: When you receive this neck, please examine it before doing and work. If you have any concerns please get in touch with us. We will not except any returns once you modified the neck in any form. 

Take a look at all the pictures and ask all questions before buying. This body/neck combo will be packaged securely before shipping. 


ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Lacewood on Curly Flame Maple 24.75 Conversion
  • Unfinished
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  • United States

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