#1
Hello. I have an very old guitar. The company doesnt exist any more. Its made in czechslovakia. It nedds a new neck. How to buy a neck that would fit? What measurement shoul i look at?
#2
Scale length(nut to bridge) and the dimensions of the neck pocket(length, breadth, depth)
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#3
Do neck pocket dimensions have to fit 100% perfect or are there some tricks to pipm my neck?
#4
Ideally the neck should fit snugly into the pocket. I've built a couple of kit guitars that passed the Ormsby test.

There are things that can be done to make a neck that's too big or too small fit, but tbh I'm not good enough with woodwork to explain them properly.
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#6
^^^^ There is a risk that the neck pocket-to-saddle distance will be different in this guitar than in the Fender standard. So yes, you get scale length by doubling the nut-to-12th fret distance, but you still need to know how this relates to the pocket. In a standard strat-type body the distance from the back of the pocket to the middle saddles is approximately 183mm, depending on intonation settings.