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Fender Classic Player 60's Stratocaster Neck - Pau Ferro Fingerboard
- 12”-radius pau Ferro fingerboard
- "C"-shaped neck profile
- 21 Medium jumbo Frets; White Dot Inlays
- Pre-slotted synthetic bone nut
- Gloss urethane finish
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Crafted at our Ensenada, Mexico manufacturing facility, this genuine vintage-style Fender Stratocaster neck features a comfortable "C"-shaped profile and 12"-radius pau Ferro fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets.
The synthetic bone nut is pre-slotted with "pilot" grooves for accurate spacing when filing the final string slots, and a gloss urethane finish offers an incredibly smooth feel. This replacement neck is the perfect way to give your Strat an authentically '60s feel.
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1. The “rosewood” fretboard!! It looks like garbage!! It’s made of some kind of laminate. So the fretboard looks like you fashioned it out of a hunk of floor. I can’t stress how fake it looks. Rosewood should be really dark. This is just garbage. They could have used a slab of pine stained really dark or something.
2. It has about a millimeter and a half of polyurethane on it. So it looks like the floor of a basketball stadium. I sanded on it for an hour just to take the neck down smooth and playable. It was plastic and tacky feeling.
3. It shows that it’s drilled for classic tuners but the holes are too big. So I had to shim the bushings to make them tight.
4. The frets were not dressed. I had to do a complete fret dressing. But dont worry about masking the fretboard because it’s laminate flooring and won’t scratch.
5. Speaking of frets. The fretwire is super soft. Like lead!!
The only thing that was good were the holes lined up and the neck was pretty straight. Everything else is so substandard. Strats are such amazing guitars why sully the name with this garbage neck? I can buy a crappy guitar for 200 bucks and the neck would be actual wood!!! If I didn’t need the guitar fixed in a hurry I would send it back.
The tuning peg holes weren't drilled big enough. So, that was fun.
When I finally got everything situated, I couldn't get in tune to save my life. Ran a normal set up of the bridge. Play an E chord...perfect. Switch to a G....garbage. So, I ended up filing the grooves in the nut down more. Helped a little, but not perfect.
Overall, this thing is more of a pain in the butt than it's worth. Spend a little more and get a better one.