#1
I have a Behringer El Toro and it only has 22 fret neck. I don't have enough money to just buy a new new guitar so I'm curious... If I buy a 24 fret neck, would that fit in with that guitar??? Haven't really had time to really look into this but yeah...
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#2
Depends on the neck you buy.
If it has standard fender specs you could just buy a guitarfetish neck or something similar, though it probably uses some weird proprietary specs.

Anyway when talking about that guitar in particular, you're better off just buying a new one.
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#3
Yeah, just get a new guitar. A £90 starter guitar is probably not worth an almost equivalent sum of money being spent on a new neck+possibly shop costs to get it fitted and set up.
#4
A new neck will be as expensive as the guitar itself.
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#6
No, to answer the question that you asked, it will not work. Your scale length will be wrong thus throwing off the intonation of the guitar. If its way off your frets might even be one note off. Even if it fits in the pocket it wont work.
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No, to answer the question that you asked, it will not work. Your scale length will be wrong thus throwing off the intonation of the guitar. If its way off your frets might even be one note off. Even if it fits in the pocket it wont work.


Yup, can't just add frets when you want to.
#9
Unless you get one of those ones where the fingerboard overhangs the body so fret 22 is still in the same position. However, the neck pup will probably get in the way.
It's a stoopid idea anyway, the guitar isn't good enough to be spending that much money, time and effort on it. Just buy a new guitar. Look for a nice used one.
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#10
Alrighty thanks to all of you that responded. I dunno. I really don't have the money and the used guitars are still too much, like around $200-400. Non-affordable. My current guitar will work for now, thanks though, again.
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#11
Whereabouts in Wisconsin are you?

I bet I can find you a decent guitar for $150 or so.
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