#1
Would a 24 fret Kramer neck fit on a single, by the bridge pickup squire bullet body?
#2
that dosent make much sense explain further?
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#3
erm probs not, depends on how big ure squires neck joint is. you gotta compare these things:
-Necks width (where it joins the body)
- if the kramer has lockin tuners cause the squire wont have the floyd rose so it wont work
-amount of bolts holdin the neck to the guitar
common sense should tell you if the neck will fit like size wise.
btw it will probs make the guitar really top heavy cause the neck is the extra frets.
#4
No, intonation will be messed up very badly, even if you manage to fit it in the neck pocket.
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#5
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No, intonation will be messed up very badly, even if you manage to fit it in the neck pocket.

You've got it. None of of the things Blanco suggested would be a problem except maybe for the neck heel, but it's irrelevant due to the intonation issue.
#6
if they were the same scale length you would avoid intonation issues, however it is unlikely.
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#7
No, because of the scale length. Even if it does fit into the neck pocket, the pitch of each fret would bear little resemblance to notes they were supposed to.