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Which neck is more stable & which will have fewer deadspots?

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by JPJ, Jul 11, 2002.


  1. JPJ

    JPJ

    Apr 21, 2001
    Chicago, IL
    I'm thinking about buying a Fender-style neck from an aftermarket dealer, and was wondering which of their neck styles, in your opinion as a luthier, would be the most stable and have the most liklihood of reducing/eliminating dead spots? Virtually all configurations are possible, but I'm primarily interested in a one-piece qrtsawn vs. a two-piece flat sawn vs. a two-piece qtrsawn. Any thoughts?