#1
So I have 2 Squiers, a 2004 MII, and a 2008 MIC. I want to swap the necks for asthetic reasons...

The neck holes do not line up, but I will redrill those. The problem is the thickness of the necks. The older rosewood one is around 1/8 of an inch thicker that the newer maple one. Is this a problem for intonation/string height?

Thanks
#2
MII being made in India? Indonesia?
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#3
Depends on the bridge. If you have the vintage style cant easily raise the bridge to compensate for the thicker neck. If you sand the heel down its a one way trip. The 2 screw bridge you can raise the bridge with the 2 studs. May just be better to rethink your aesthetic swap.