#1
If a body says that it takes a 22 fret neck, does that mean that it will absolutely not take a 24 fret?
#2
probably means that that's what it was designed for. the extra tension from a 24 fret neck might cause it to warp or something.
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#3
well 24 fret necks are longer, thefore your bridge might need repositioning, best bet is to just go 22.
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#4
Depends on the 24 fret neck. There are 24 fret necks that only fit a body made for those necks. And there are some that are simply a regular 21 or 22 fret neck with a 24 fret fretboard on it. The fretboard overhangs past the end of the heel of the neck. But it blocks the neck pickup.
#6
why don't you just deal with only having 22 frets? there are plenty of great guitars with only 22. Fender Strats, Gibbies, most Ibanez S series.
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#7
Because i already have a 24 fret neck that i was going to use, but now i need to get a new body
#8
Quote by Guitarrox14
Because i already have a 24 fret neck that i was going to use, but now i need to get a new body

Warmoth type stuff? in that case find a body that can use a 24 fret neck. actually, come to think of it, Strats use the same 25 1/4 inch scale length as 24 fret necks use. make yourself a super strat.
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