Fender Mexico Classic Series 70s Stratocaster Neck Only Maple 2009


Please see pictures for details This is a neck removed from the Fender Classic Series 70 s Stratocaster. Maple one-piece neck, large head, and’70s stratoneck. From cereal to 2009, made in Mexico. There are some signs of use, minor scratches and aging degradation, but there is no noticeable damage and it is a good product….

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1993-1994 Fender Japan ST-57 Stratocaster Neck Only Maple From Japan


The neck has scratches and stains but appears to be problem free. End Width : 56.0mm. Neck : Flat generally flat. Rod : Loose at the beginning of turning. There is a lot of leeway in the direction of tightening. Customer service and satisfaction are very important to us. Return is allowed when the condition…

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Fender Classic Series 70S Stratocaster Neck Large Head Maple One Piece Strat


Fender Classic Series 70S Stratocaster Neck Large Head Maple One Piece Strat. We are located in Japan. It’s our pleasure to make you happy by proposing our recommend item. If you have any questions or request about items, please feel free to ask us. International Buyers – Please Note. We do not mark merchandise values…

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2000 Maple Fender Starcaster Stratocaster Neck 70’s Style Headstock EXCELLENT


Fender 70’s Style Headstock. 2000 Starcaster Stratocaster by Fender. Maple Neck With Maple Fingerboard. Fingerboard and frets are PERFECT with a beautiful. Maybe a few scratches on the tuners and that’s about it Even the fret ends feel good which is rare on these models. Truss rod is fully functional (Standard 3/16 Wrench) and turns…

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Fender Ed O’Brien Stratocaster Strat NECK with TUNERS, Maple Thick, 10/56 V


Description: Official Fender Ed O’Brien Stratocaster Neck & Tuners- Maple- Thick 10/56 “V” Shape, 21 Narrow Tall Frets- 9.5″ Radius- 25.5″ Scale Length- 1.650 Width at Nut- Genuine Fender. Comments: You are looking at a limited edition Mint Fender Ed O’Brien (of Radiohead) Stratocaster neck & tuners! The frets, fingerboard, headstock, and back of the…

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