#1
Okay, I have an old les paul copy that has a bolt on neck, said neck is broken.
I have been thinking of replacing it for a fair while now, I really like maple necks so I was thinking of replacing it with a telecaster neck.

Is this possible, and if it is, what sort of things do I need to take into acount other than the width and depth of the neck pocket.

Thanks
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#2
Tele (fender) and LP (gibson) are like to be different scale lengths.

As long as the distance from the nut to the 12th fret and the saddles to 12 fret are the same, you are good to go.
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Tele (fender) and LP (gibson) are like to be different scale lengths.

As long as the distance from the nut to the 12th fret and the saddles to 12 fret are the same, you are good to go.



ah, that I didn't know, how much of a margin for error is there?
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#4
None really. Just measure it.

If you're off by more than how much your saddles can adjust, then your guitar will not intonate properly.
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ah, ok, thanks.
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