#1
I was wondering... if I ordered a Warmoth neck, would it fit my epiphone g-310?
I want to customize my own neck on Warmoth neck and order it for my g-310. Would one of there les paul necks fit?

EDIT: also, how thin is the standard neck compared to an Epiphone neck and to a slimmer neck such as a Wizard or Jackson neck?
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Last edited by hootie37 at Oct 8, 2009,
#4
no, fender neck pockets should be completely different sizes than an epiphone's. warmoth necks are made to fender specifications, so basically if a fender neck would fit then any warmoth neck would. i'd be really surprised if they were even close to the same, but if you did manage to sand the body down or apply filler to make it fit just make sure that you get the right scale length neck.
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#5
No.
Epiphone's necks are far different than the ones Warmoth makes.
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#6
The epi neck pocket is nowhere near the same as the fender spec used in warmoth. Not sure how much mods it would take to get it to fit.
#7
There is not a single neck Warmoth makes that would fit the G-310. Even if you got the neck pocket to fit, the scale is different (Warmoth make their necks in 25.5" scale and 24.75" conversion scale, the G-310 is 24.75" standard).
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#8
Quote by MrFlibble
There is not a single neck Warmoth makes that would fit the G-310. Even if you got the neck pocket to fit, the scale is different (Warmoth make their necks in 25.5" scale and 24.75" conversion scale, the G-310 is 24.75" standard).


I'm not disagreeing with you, but please explain the conversion 24.75" vs standard 24.75".

I'm pretty sure it has to do with how the scale relates to the neck pocket position?
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#9
Quote by BobDetroit
I'm not disagreeing with you, but please explain the conversion 24.75" vs standard 24.75".

I'm pretty sure it has to do with how the scale relates to the neck pocket position?

I dunno, I always assumed they were the same

And yeah, it's not worth the price anyway, a G-310 is a $200 guitar for a reason: It's for beginners.
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