#1
I'd like to switch the neck of my american standard strat to one with a maple fretboard. I currently have rosewood, and have come to prefer the maple ones recently. Where can i get a high quality maple fretboarded neck, and what will it cost me? And is it stupid replacing the neck for some reason?
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#5
^ I agree with Warmoth. They're licensed by Fender and you have a lot of options as to neck profile, finish, woods, etc.
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#6
Warmoth, Mighty Mite, and Allparts are all solid options. The Allparts necks get the best reviews from vintage freaks. I have a Mighty Mite neck on a parts-o-caster and it plays just fine with good fret work.
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