#1
I bought this body with in hopes to refinish it and build a new guitar around. Not entirely sure what the make is (jackson/kramer/ibanez/charvel?) and would like to know so i can purchase the correct neck.

edit: the neck heel is 58mm

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#2
My best guess is Jackson/Charvel (same company) just based on the shape and bolt pattern. Probably more Chravel. Or it could be a no name.
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#4
Quote by RBM01991
I do believe that is a Charvel CX391 body.

I think you nailed it, everything seems to match up
#5
My gut reaction says mid-late 80s Ibanez RG body. The cutaways and shape look exactly right, but the horns are a bit dull, and not sure about the control cavity shape.
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#6
I should also ask what type of necks have a perfectly square heel? A lot of them are convex at the heel and seem like they wouldn't fit properly in this body type.
#7
If you ask Warmoth about it they could get you a neck. Fender owns Charvel and Warmoth so it wouldn't be much of an issue.
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#8
I just did a quick Goggle search. The standard strat neck pocket is 56mm, which is what Warmoth use, so your 58mm may be problematic.

If it is a 56mm pocket, you can very likely use a standard strat neck profile and hide the gap with a 22-fret board overhang. I did the reverse, altered a 22-fret tele neck to fit a strat pocket. It won't affect the performance, and would allow a wider choice in necks, less expensive than Warmoth custom.