Here we have a pre owned Allparts SMNF-FAT C Stratocaster replacement neck.  Maple fingerboard. 21 fret.  Vintage tint Nitrocellulose finish. The neck is in great shape with very minimal fret wear.   Previously installed on a guitar and removed because the customer wanted a thinner neck profile.  It is a great looking vintage tinted neck. FAT C profile for the player that likes a BIG neck.  Measures .99" at the first fret and 1.00" at the 12th.   9.5" radius with Tall frets.  There was a previous decal applied but it has since been removed.  There is evidence of some residue left over as well as some light scuffs or scratches where the decal would be (see photo)  Truss rod adjusts at the heel.  Please see photos for detailed condition.  Thanks for looking and happy buying!
From Allparts site....
  • 21 tall frets (.095" x .055")
  • Solid Maple neck with Vintage tinted Nitrocellulose finish
  • 9.5" radius
  • Nut width 1-5/8"
  • Heel width 2-3/16"
  • Tuning peg hole diameter .340"
  • Truss Rod adjustment at heel
  • Neck thickness .99" at first fret, 1.0" at twelfth fret



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  • Listed8 months ago
    ConditionVery Good (Used)
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    Murphy's Music

    Melville, NY, United States
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