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I’ve been in the process of building a custom guitar business. I would love to hear input, advice and opinions.
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I might be dreaming but didn't the early Fender Jaguars have a variety of neck options? None of them were exactlt fat but I believe there were varying widths.Hi there. Feel (that varies a lot), quality electronics and reasonably priced. Once custom places start charging 6k, or whatever, it becomes a dream guitar, and then you're up against all the other dream guitar companies. Something else... a lot of companies have very similar 'necks' among their inventory. Some like thick, some like thin, some like narrow, some like wide, etc., etc. Might be interesting to have a guitar with choice of neck. That seems to be the defining thing among guitarists (besides pickups, etc., of course).
Not a clue. I do think it cool that a builder could offer a Les Paul neck, an Ibanez Wizard neck, a Fender neck, etc. However, I suspect those companies do have various types of necks (never looked into it). One caveat is that if a person requires a particular custom neck (very specific measurements) that it accompanies a good deposit that is not refundable if the guitar is shipped back (or the person has to keep the neck, if bolt on), or something to that effect.I might be dreaming but didn't the early Fender Jaguars have a variety of neck options? None of them were exactlt fat but I believe there were varying widths.