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Scale Length

Scale Length:

The length of a guitar’s scale is the distance from the leading edge of the nut to the saddles of the bridge, more precisely to the high E saddle. An easy way to determine the length of the scale is to measure from the leading edge of the nut to the 12th fret, and then double it.

We offer:

Standard Fender scale 25 1/2” (25.5”) for guitar

This is our standard Fender-licensed guitar replacement neck and the normal scale length for traditional Fender style guitars (Strat, Tele, etc.)

Standard Fender scale 34” for bass

This is our standard Fender-licensed bass replacement neck and the normal scale length for traditional Fender style basses (P bass, Jazz Bass, etc.)

Gibson 24 3/4” (24.75”) Conversion Neck

Designed to bolt directly on to a standard 25 1/2” scale body, this neck will NOT require any modifications to bridge placement or the body overall. A conversion neck is a quick and easy way to convert your current Fender-scale guitar to more of a Gibson feel by lessening the string tension and reducing the distance between frets.

Standard Gibson 24 3/4” (24.75”) Scale Neck

On our set neck model, the LP Custom, we use a standard LP style neck with a 24 3/4” (24.75”) scale length.

Jaguar 24” Scale

Replacement neck is the appropriate scale length for your Fender Jaguar guitar.


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