#1
Hello ultimate guitar,

A while back I was given a 3/4 sized electric guitar. Now I am older I want to play full sized. In order to do this I want to extend the neck of my 3/4. Any suggestions on how to do this?

Thank you
#3
You can't convert the neck. Your frets would no longer land on half step interval.  It's absolutely not worth what it would take to make it work.  

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#4
Just use a shrink ray (if you don't have one, go to Sharper Image or a Skymall catalog) and put it on the reverse setting.
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#5
If the neck pocket is the same size as a full size guitar (which it probably isn't) then theoretically you could buy a full size neck and put it on your 3/4 size body.

Even if this were possible I don't see why you would consider this over just buying a new guitar.
#6
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If the neck pocket is the same size as a full size guitar (which it probably isn't) then theoretically you could buy a full size neck and put it on your 3/4 size body.

Even if this were possible I don't see why you would consider this over just buying a new guitar.

That wouldn't guarantee that the bridge is in the right place. Intonation would likely be way off.
#9
You would have to completely modify the entire thing, the effort and cost of which would be more than just buying something like a Squier Tele or Strat.
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#10
Learn to play 4/4, can't believe you've made it this far only playing waltz standards
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#11
Just buy a full size guitar.
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