#1
i found a really good sg neck on ebay that i was thinking could work on a les paul. would that be possible to do?
#2
It would depend on the thickness of the neck and the cavity. Gibson necks are usually glued in, but if it's a bolt-on les paul body and so is the neck... then go for it.
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#3
How can you change the neck on a set neck? Even you could it would be a know, as they have totally different heels.
#4
would it look wierd? i mean a sg neck on a gibson les paul body? and yes its a bolt on just like the les paul body
#6
So its the little cheap 310 or special neck as those are the only bolt neck SGs I know of. Everything else is a glue on neck and doubt it would work in a LP if set neck. Looking at the 2 bolt neck epi SG and LP guitars the neck joint looks the same.
#7
yeah. idk its hard to find necks for the guitar on ebay bc it keeps on going past 70 dollars
#9
Some things just cant be gotten for super cheap. And a 70 dollar neck isnt going to be a very good one. Just a fact of life quality wood for instruments inst cheap and neither is the labor to make it into something.
#10
heres a thought, think you could make your own neck?
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#11
No it wouldnt mate. The Les paul joins the body at the 16th fret, the SG at something like the 20th. If its a bolt on you might be able to do it but might require a bit of alteration to either the neck or body to get the scale length right.
#14
Have you ever tried a 60's Les Paul Reissue? They are quite thin and heavy.. But they are basically the SG neck in a Les Paul.
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