Hello, recently I was at a Flea Market and found what I believe to be a GAX30 body. It came with a, possibly fake, Dean neck. Figure it would be a neat project guitar to give away so I got it for $5.
Anyways with the current neck I cannot get the intonation right without adjusting the bridge saddles as far from the neck as possible, even then it still is off. So I figure I will need a new neck and am wondering what I would need to look for.

Thanks for any advice,
Sorry if this a dumb question but is that the entire neck size or just the fretboard?
Also the neck it came with is ~26" would that explain why the intonation is off?
Last edited by SamGuy at Aug 2, 2013,
I'm talking about the length of the scale. That is the distance between the nut on the neck and the bridge of the guitar. What you have insure is a 25.5 scale just as a total guess which would throw off the intonation. So you must find a neck that's meant for 24.75" scale. What you measured is the physical length of the entire neck from heel to headstock.