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8 hours agoCrafted at our Ensenada, Mexico, manufacturing facility, this genuine Fender Telecaster® guitar maple neck features a comfortable "modern C" profile and 9.5"-radius maple fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets.
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6 hours agoTele Neck Profiles Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by KevinB, Oct 16, 2009. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Oct 16, 2009 #1. KevinB Doctor of Teleocity. Age: 70 Posts: 14,470. Joined: Mar 4, 2007 Location: SC (S)lowcountry. We've had quite a few questions about neck profiles lately, and I just saw these pictures on Musikraft's eBay
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Just NowGuitar Neck Profiles. The Neck Profile is the contour or grip shape of the neck, and is important for optimum playability and hand comfort. To determine which works best for you compare the dimensions below (measured from the face of the fretboard to the back of the neck) to those of your favorite neck. Standard Neck Profiles
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5 hours agoC-Shaped Neck Profile. This is the most common modern neck profile: C-shaped necks have a comfortable oval profile that works well for most playing styles. They are usually not as deep as most U- and V-shaped neck profiles. Many Fender guitars, especially Stratocasters, now have a “modern C shape” (or “flat oval”) neck profile, a flattened variation of the traditional C shape.
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3 hours agoCondition is "rather nice." I was considering doing some sanding on this neck, but I think I'd rather pass it along back to the community in its un-molested state :) Ships with the tuners Telecaster heel Fender scale 25.5" Right handed Roasted maple on roasted maple 1-11/16" nut (1.695") Boatneck profile 6105 frets Schaller locking tuners 22
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6 hours agoCustomers often ask for recommendations on which neck profile is the best fit for their hands and playing style. Below is a list of the 3 most popular profiles we offer including key Fender models that each can be found on. It's time to bolt on your next dream neck!Modern “C” Shape: Thin profile, easy/fast playing, usually 9.5” radius, the Fender gold standard for the …
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8 hours agoTelecaster router template set with 3 P-90 pickup hole body, neck and neck shaping profiles. Everything you need to produce a rear cavity route and cavity cover is included. Neck profiles form a mid 50's soft V shape. Templates are 1/2" thick MDF produced via CNC machine. Ou
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6 hours agoAdd To Cart. Quick View. Fender Player Telecaster Tele NECK +TUNERS 9.5" Radius "C" Guitar Maple. $259.99. Compare. Add To Cart. Quick View. '21 Fender American Professional II Stratocaster Strat NECK, USA Rosewood. $479.99.
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9 hours agoneck profiles allparts. Thread starter old_picker; Start date Feb 16, 2008; Feb 16, 2008 #1 old_picker Tele-Afflicted. Joined Feb 2, 2006 Posts 1,368 Location Melbourne Australia. what is the thickness of allparts medium C profile at 1 and 12? The words Fender®, Telecaster®, Stratocaster® and the associated headstock designs are
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7 hours agoThere is occasional confusion about C, U and V neck profile designations and A, B, C and D neck width designations. From the early ’60s to the early ’70s, Fender referred specifically to the nut width of its instrument necks using the …
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4 hours agoThe Wide Fat neck has the same nut width as the Wide Thin neck, but it has a deeper profile. Because of its strength and longer “heel”, the Wide Fat neck produces warm tones with lots of sustain. The Wide Thin neck has a thinner profile front to back than the Wide Fat. It is a favorite of fast players and lead guitar players.
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2 hours agoFENDER ELITE TELECASTER WITH ROSEWOOD NECK IN MYSTIC BLACK $1,900 (Glendale san fernando valley ) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting. $100. favorite this post Jan 19 Vintage guitar cases.. Les Paul- Telecaster $100 (Santa Monica westside-southbay-310 ) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting.
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5 hours agoTop Telecaster Neck brands try to offer some unique features that make them stand out in the crowd. Thus hopefully, you’ll find one ideal product or another in our list. Features: You don’t need heaps of features, but useful ones. We look at the features that matter and choose the top Telecaster Neck based on that.
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1 hours agoThis is a neck i drew. It is modelled after a telecaster. - files. The Computer-Aided Design ("CAD") files and all associated content posted to this website are created, uploaded, managed and owned by third party users.
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8 hours agoHere are the top Telecaster style guitars with C neck profile. C-shaped necks like this have been the most popular for the last years. The reason is that they feel good in most hands. It's generally a thin neck that doesn't get in your way when playing fast, but that also has enough mass to give your hands a comfortable grip for chords if they
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1 hours agoBaja Teles have reasonably chunky necks, plus I had a 50s Classic a few years ago that had a chunky neck profile. These are the only ones on the lower end scale with a thicker neck profile. I have to say the Classic Vibe Tele I owned for a while had a thin neck, plus the Classic Vibe Custom is even thinner.
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2 hours agoU-shaped neck profile. Chunky and rounded, with high shoulders. Especially deep U-shaped necks like those found on some Telecaster guitars are sometimes referred to as “baseball bat” necks. Good for players with large hands and players who are more comfortable with their thumb on the back or side of the neck. V-shaped neck profile.
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Just NowNeck Shaping Templates for Electric Guitar. (13) 1954 Tele Item # 17860 In stock, ready to ship! $11.42. 1962 Strat Item # 17861 In stock, ready to ship! $11.42. 1992 Strat C Profile® Item # 17863 In stock, ready to ship! $11.42. EJ Signature Stratocaster Item # …
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9 hours agoThis genuine Fender Telecaster neck is crafted at Fender's Ensenada, Mexico manufacturing facility. Featuring an early ‘50’s “U” neck profile and 7.25"-radius maple fingerboard with 21 vintage tall frets, for the comfortable playing feel of a vintage instrument. The synthetic bone nut is pre-slotted with "pilot" grooves for accurate
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Just NowFender necks are quite different in their profiles and I prefer the feel of the 50's soft "V" to any other Fender profile. I did have a reissue Tele ('54 I think it was) with a hard "V" profile and it was a wonderful guitar to play.
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4 hours agoNecks for Telecaster. Discussion in ' Tech-Talk ' started by jamesgpobog, Sep 14, 2020 . jamesgpobog Squier-holic. Age: 70. 2,392. Feb 18, 2020. SoCal. I have heard it said that a strat neck can be installed on a Telecaster.
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2 hours agoClassic Epiphones and Prewar Gibsons usually had V necks. Because of that I had a local guy make me a two different variations of a Tele. I gave him a prewar Gibson L50 and had him profile the necks like that but softened the V a bit. That L50 had a pretty sharp V. I also brought along an early 50s Epi Triumph and he wrote down a bunch of
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7 hours agoThe Classic MIM and US reissues all have a neck that's true to a 70s Telecaster. It's virtually the same profile as a 52 reissue, but not as big as a Nocaster or 50s Classic MIM Tele. It's fuller than a modern standard Tele or Strat. Only way to know if it's thick enough is to try.
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4 hours agoThis is the most common modern neck profile: C-shaped necks have a comfortable oval profile that works well for most playing styles. They are usually not as deep as most U- and V-shaped neck profiles. Many Fender guitars, especially Stratocasters, now have a "modern C shape" (or "flat oval") neck profile, a flattened variation of the
8 hours ago1,399. Location. Manitoba. I've discovered that the "60's C" that's on the current American Original line is the Goldilocks neck profile for me. Very slim (near 0.80") at the 1st fret and tapers up to very thick by the 12th fret (0.94" to 0.98"). I've got an American Standard Tele that I haven't played for a while.
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1 hours agoLimited Edition American Standard Telecaster Neck, 22 Medium Jumbo Frets, 9.5" Radius, Ebony, Fiesta Red Headcap w/Tuners. $699.99 Roasted Maple Vintera® Mod '60's Telecaster® Neck, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets, 9.5", "C" Shape. $399.99
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7 hours agoRe: Warmoth neck profile closest to a GE Smith Telecaster neck. « Reply #4 on: October 14, 2010, 05:59:46 AM ». You guys may be missing the point; he may well have PLAYED a G.E. Smith model Telecaster and likes the feel of it. Most likely from the description on the Fender website, a boat neck would be closest, but they don't provide neck
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7 hours agoThe Regular (sometimes called Standard) neck is a round neck shape that is 1/32 narrower and not quite as thick front to back as our Wide Fat neck.. The Wide Fat neck has the same nut width as the Wide Thin neck, but it has a deeper profile. Because of its strength and longer "heel", the Wide Fat neck produces warm tones with lots of sustain. The Wide Thin neck has a thinner …
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6 hours agoThe new neck starts with a modern "C" shape at the neck and morphs into a modern "D" shape as you get towards the heel. "The idea behind this compound neck profile is to meld the super comfortable back shape of the American Elite Series with the player-preferred 9.5" radius fingerboard from the American Professional Series for an all-new feel that is exclusive to Mod …
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3 hours agoTelecaster body router template set with 2 Humbucker/PAF pickup hole body, neck and neck shaping profiles. Neck profiles form a mid 50's soft V shape. Templates are 1/2" thick MDF produced via CNC machine. Our neck pockets fit standard …
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7 hours agoFirst, let's talk about neck shape or profile. The common term we use now is that a guitar, say a Stratocaster, has a "C" neck, which describes it's 'feel'. But this is incorrect terminology. The graphic below is from Fender and describes the five basic neck profile types.
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5 hours agoThese are great vintage necks without vintage prices. The Bullet used a thinner profile Telecaster neck. And it was built when Fender began to turn things around and reclaim the market it created, so the quality is second to none. It is a one piece Maple neck and has a Maple, or possible Alder skunk stripe and the truss rod adjustment is at the
8 hours agoLast night I spent some time doing neck measurements on my guitars using digital calipers. Here are the results: Rick Kelly Strat - "Fatback" profile (9.5 radius) Width at nut: 1.663" Width at 12th: 2.038" Neck thickness: 1st fret, .958" …
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8 hours agoTelecaster router template set with P-90 neck pickup, neck and neck shaping profiles. Neck profiles form a mid 50's soft V shape. Templates are 1/2" thick MDF produced via CNC machine.
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4 hours agoModel Profile Nut Width Saddle Spacing Price *Since each Collings neck is finish sanded by hand, the measurements provided above represent average measurements. Actual neck measurements may vary slightly from instrument to instrument, especially over an extended period of time.
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2 hours agoTMNF-V Profile V Replacement Neck for Telecaster®. $365.00. SKU TMNF-V. 21 vintage frets (.079" x .043") Solid maple neck, VEE shaping, with vintage tinted Nitrocellulose finish. 7.25" radius. Nut width 1-5/8". Heel width 2-3/16". Tuning Peg Hole Diameter .340".
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Just NowFender Roasted Maple Flat Oval Replacement Telecaster Neck - Maple Fingerboard. Genuine Fender Roasted Maple Telecaster Guitar Neck, with Maple Fretboard, 12" Radius, 22 Jumbo Frets, and Flat Oval Profile. $349.99. $349.99. $59 per month for 6 months. Or. $59. $59/month§ for 6 months. There are 5 customer reviews.
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7 hours agoSnakehead Telecaster Guitar Neck Router Template w Back Profiles CNC TELE 1/2" $25.00 + shipping. Custom Guitar Neck Template 25.5" Scale 3ply Tele. $23.99 + shipping. Jazzmaster Guitar Neck Router Template w/Back Profiles CNC 1/2"MDF. $25.00 + shipping.
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5 hours agoA Modern “D” profile gives you plenty of neck to wrap your hand around, while never interfering with your playing. And the neck’s super-slick Ultra Satin finish encourages deft hand maneuvering. One of our favorite elements of the American Ultra Strat here at Sweetwater is its tapered neck heel.
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1 hours agoSpecifications of the American Professional Telecaster – Body: Ash -Standard- or Alder -Standard and Deluxe Shawbucker-. – One-piece maple neck or with Indian Rosewood fretboard both models – Neck Profile: Deep C / Contemporary C, between a modern C and U profile. – 9.5″ radius fingerboard with 22 Narrow Tall frets (6105).
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9 hours agoTelecaster Body Plans. Featured: Body only, routing cavities, measurements. Download. * Unless templates are marked otherwise, they are not provided by any brand of instrument manufacturer, in spite of being made in the likeness of known branded models. * All templates are provided free, left in tact with respect to original publishers.
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3 hours agoThis genuine Fender Telecaster neck is crafted at Fender's Ensenada, Mexico manufacturing facility. Featuring an early ‘50’s “U” neck profile and 7.25"-radius maple fingerboard with 21 vintage tall frets, for the comfortable playing feel of a vintage instrument. The synthetic bone nut is pre-slotted with "pilot" grooves for accurate
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4 hours agoThere is occasional confusion about C, U and V neck profile designations and A, B, C and D neck width designations. From the early ’60s to the early ’70s, Fender referred specifically to the nut width of its instrument necks using the letters A (1 ½”), B (1 5/8″), C (1 ¾”) and D (1 7/8″). These letters were stamped on the butt-end
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9 hours agoProduct Description. Crafted in the same facility as our U.S.-made instruments, the American Elite Series neck offers the best of both worlds by combining top-of-the-line, classic Fender design with the modern, smooth playability of a Fender compound-profile neck.
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2 hours agoTMO-V Profile V Replacement Neck for Telecaster® $175.00. Add To Cart. Add to Compare. Add to Wishlist. TMO-C Profile C Replacement Neck for Telecaster® $130.00. Add To Cart. Add to Compare. Add to Wishlist. TMNF-FAT Chunky Replacement Neck for Telecaster® $340.00.
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9 hours agoCrafted at our ensenada, Mexico manufacturing facility, this genuine Fender Telecaster neck features a comfortable "C-shaped profile and 9.Radius Paul 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.
Especially deep U-shaped necks like those found on some Telecaster guitars are sometimes referred to as “baseball bat” necks. Good for players with large hands and players who are more comfortable with their thumb on the back or side of the neck. V-shaped neck profile.
Many Fender guitars, especially Stratocasters, now have a “modern C shape” (or “flat oval”) neck profile, a flattened variation of the traditional C shape. Two versions of this type are popular—a more rounded “soft” V, and a more pointed “hard” V often preferred by players more comfortable with their thumb hanging over the edge of the fingerboard.
What is a neck profile? To put it simply, it’s the shape of your guitar’s neck from the nut to the start of the heel transition. The default shape on a prototypical guitar is a simple semi-circle. The term “profile” refers specifically to the cross sections of the top (nut area) and bottom (heel area) of the neck.
C-Shaped Neck Profile. They are usually not as deep as most U- and V-shaped neck profiles. Many Fender guitars, especially Stratocasters, now have a “modern C shape” (or “flat oval”) neck profile, a flattened variation of the traditional C shape.