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.
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.
Jaguar 24” Scale–Replacement neck is the appropriate scale length for your Fender Jaguar guitar.