#1
I've got a 22 fret CBS style Strat neck with the over-hang, could I cut/sand the over-hang off to make it a 21 fret neck?

Would this be an easy process?

Thanks in advance.
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#4
why??????!?!?!?!?!?!?!

jesus christ, you could do it and have 21 1/2 frets, but its just easier to keep 22 (i mean, why?!)

....

WHY!?!?!?
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#5
..Because 21 fret CBS necks are bloody hard to find! if my guitar is made for a 21 fret neck, it needs a 21 fret neck!

It can be done, that's all i needed to know.
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#6
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sanding it off wouldn't benefit in the slightest. your guitar wasn't made for a 21 fret if it came with a 22.

plus, it would plummet in value (if it has any)
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#7
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..Because 21 fret CBS necks are bloody hard to find! if my guitar is made for a 21 fret neck, it needs a 21 fret neck!

It can be done, that's all i needed to know.


21 and 22 fret necks are interchangable. A fender stlye guitar originally with a 21 fret will work fine with a 22 fret neck. This is because of the overhang.
#8
It can be done...

But it's not changing a thing. It'll still be a 22-fret neck, just without being able to play that 22nd fret.
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#9
Quote by dave293
21 and 22 fret necks are interchangable. A fender stlye guitar originally with a 21 fret will work fine with a 22 fret neck. This is because of the overhang.




You're seriously one of a few people here that actually know's what they're doing.