#1
I bought an Epiphone Les Paul 100, as a modification project, I'm going to replace the neck with one of a higher quality, would a gibson les paul standard STYLE neck fit on there? The base width of the current neck is 56mm, the nut is 42mm.

Any feedback would be appreciated!
#3
Yeah warmoth were my first choice, how can I find out the scale of the neck? I guess the epiphone website would have those specifications. I'm mainly doing it for cosmetic reasons, but I want to maintain full correct intonation etc
#4
errr.... is it a set neck?

if so its not really do-able
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#5
A set neck on a cheap Epiphone? Perish the thought young man, its a bolt on, this thread wouldnt exist twerent it for that fact!
#6
you'll need to make your own neck. for some reason, epiphone refuses to use a standard neck pocket. why? I don't really know.
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errr.... is it a set neck?

if so its not really do-able


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#9
The LP 100 neck doesnt corespond to any other neck. Dont think gibson makes anything with a bolt on and a set neck cant be bolted in. So theres not going to be anything higher quality to replace yours with. Its not a standard strat neck pocket so a warmoth wont drop in.