#1
Hey guys, I have always wonder are there any guitar brand of specific model that has a fender alike neck?
#2
Fender? G&L?
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#3
Squier?
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#4
My Cort has a very Tele like neck. But seriously just get a Fender. The lower end used ones aren't a lot of money.

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Sorry, this just pisses me off. The two are not interchangeable.
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#6
probably a lot of them do.. just gotta play em and find em...

and on a side note, if its something you wanna buy.. maybe consider getting one made by a good luthier... for the price of a fender you'd be getting a much better axe tailored to ur needs.
#7
Quote by The SoundGuy
probably a lot of them do.. just gotta play em and find em...

and on a side note, if its something you wanna buy.. maybe consider getting one made by a good luthier... for the price of a fender you'd be getting a much better axe tailored to ur needs.


That only counts for the tip-top pricey Fenders. Good luck getting a luthier to do a complete custom build for the $1100 like an American Standard. I won't even mention cheaper models.
#8
Quote by Soccerguy
That only counts for the tip-top pricey Fenders. Good luck getting a luthier to do a complete custom build for the $1100 like an American Standard. I won't even mention cheaper models.



i know one who can get you a better guitar than that for about 700 quid or so... but unfortunately, its not fender-like... more kinda ibanez stuff/superstrat stuff.. but they do feel and play quite nice

EDIT: but yeah unless you do actually know what you want, its better getting one off the shelf... just saves a lot of hassle.
#9
what type of fender neck? fender does a bunch.
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#10
charvel and music man probably has better necks, similar feel, but with a flatter radius. warmoth? g and L. ...most strat clones?
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