#1
if i had a bolt on neck and glued some wood on it would it work for a set neck or neck through?(noob question dont flame jus asking")
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#3
no. itd be easier to start from scratch.
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#4
That would basically give you a set neck. It wouldn't give you the sustain of a through neck so no, it wouldn't really work. If you made a neck from scratch then you could cut the body of the guitar in half and glue the neck in, but like gazaa said, it would be easier to build the whole thing from scratch.
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#5
i can shape a neck iv done it befor but i cant find any fretboards in my area can you take one off a guitar?
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#7
anyone else know how to take a fretboard off?
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#10
I try.

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#11
you can just buy a fretboard from stewmac.com or a place like that i dont think they are too expensive