stratoskier Posted April 23, 2009 Report Share Posted April 23, 2009 (edited) Hi, I need a 22-fret maple board neck for a project. There are many options available in the auctions, but that can be a crap shoot. The Stewart MacDonald "blank peghead" necks ( http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Bodies,_necks,...itar_Necks.html ) have all the right options and are a good price ($112). Plus, the idea of dealing with them rather than an unknown seller is appealing. I'm assuming these are import necks, but I would expect that there would be an acceptable level of quality control since Stew-Mac is selling them. The oversized blank headstock is somewhat important, because I'll be cutting this down to match an Ibanez headstock shape. Anyone have any opinions or experience with these necks? Thanks! Bert Edited April 23, 2009 by stratoskier Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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