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There's only one thing better than hearing the sound of your favorite guitar: hearing the sound of an axe you built yourself. Putting together an instrument from scratch isn't necessarily easy, but it's a challenge that can really put you in touch with your guitar like nothing else, and it's so rewarding. You don't have to start from scratch, either - even if you're simply looking to update an instrument that's already in your collection, Fender guitar bodies and necks will give you what you need to make it look and sound brand-new.
Choosing from the parts you'll find here is a pretty straightforward process. The first step is to decide which of the iconic Fender guitars you're looking to build (or, for a replacement, just knowing what you've already got). If you're a Strat fan, check out the Stratocaster SSS and Fender USA Stratocaster HSS. Each of these guitar bodies is made of alder wood to deliver the rich, well-balanced sound the Strat is known for, and their vintage bridge mounts are perfect for recreating the original guitars from decades ago. Looking for the modern style bridge mount? You'll find those here too. And if you're into Telecasters, don't worry; there are plenty of them as well.
It's even easier to pick out the right neck: all you need to know is whether you want 21 or 22 frets, and of course, whether it's for a Tele or Strat. There are also a few neck accessories to choose from, which make a great way to dress up a classic guitar or a new build. Take the Fender Vintage Guitar Fret Wires, for instance. Authentic to Fender's original instruments, they're an amazingly simple and effective way to get that classic look and feel.
Not every instrument lends itself well to do-it-yourselfers, but the guitar definitely does! It doesn't matter if you're building or re-building, if you want a Fender guitar that you can be proud to have worked on by hand, starting with Fender guitar bodies and necks is a no-brainer. You might want to start now practicing the smile you'll be putting on every time someone asks you where you got your impressive new Strat or Telecaster.