Sold USACG Tele neck - Roasted maple, conversion, SS frets

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  1. EDS

    EDS Supporting Member

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    This was supposed to be my perfect tele neck but I just can't get used to the 1.65 nut width. I've since ordered a neck with similar specs but with a wider and flatter neck. This neck is ready to go and will not disappoint.

    I can't say enough good things about this neck - very lightweight (1 lb, 5 oz on my scale with hardware that made a noticeable difference on my tele) resonant roasted maple neck, jumbo 6100 stainless frets. Gibson scale conversion neck - it does make a small noticeable difference in string tension but not as much as you would think - your guitar will still sound like a tele. Finish is tru-oil and is a nice low-gloss natural looking finish that I think is great. Nut installed by a professional luthier - fretwork is stellar. Kluson tuners.

    UPDATE: I forgot to disclose that there is a small crack near the E tuner which was caused when my luthier installed the tuners (due to the brittle-ness of roasted maple) which he repaired. (see pic here https://imgur.com/a/3XZWI) - I'm knocking $50 bucks off the price.

    Here are the complete specs from USACG:

    24 3/4 conversion, Roasted maple, rosewood fretboard, Top adjusting truss rod, 1.650 width, 22 frets, .820 C shape, 10-16" compound radius, 6100 stainless steel frets, Kluson tuners, cream face dots, white side dots, rolled edges.

    Now $250






     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2018
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  2. rjudo

    rjudo Member

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    Hey, l will take it.
     

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