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Mighty Mite MM2902L Left-Handed Stratocaster Replacement Neck with Maple Fingerboard
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The Mighty Mite MM2902L is a replacement neck for left-handed Stratocaster guitars. The guitar neck is constructed of maple and has a maple fingerboa...Read More
The Mighty Mite MM2902L is a replacement neck for left-handed Stratocaster guitars. The guitar neck is constructed of maple and has a maple fingerboard fitted with 22 medium frets and given an oil-based finish.
Since the 1970's Mighty Mite has manufactured custom and replacement guitar parts for luthiers, repairmen, and guitarists who can't wait to hot-rod their Fender Stratocaster or similar style guitar.
A direct replacement neck for left-handed Stratocaster guitars.
- Type: left-handed Fender Strat
- Neck: maple
- Fingerboard: maple
- Fingerboard radius: 9.5"
- Number of frets: 22
- Fret type: medium
- Nut width: 1-11/16"
- Finish: oil-based
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- Easy To Use
- Nice Wood Grain
- Very Staight Neck
- Fret Ends Woeful
- Hardly Any Oil Finish
- Poor Quality
Comments about Mighty Mite MM2902L Left-Handed Stratocaster Replacement Neck with Maple Fingerboard:
Upon opening the box, the wood grain was amazing, but the neck just looked cheap. Very small amouts of oil made it look nearly raw, and the fret ends could have cut your skin. Fitting was top notch and the specs were spot on. You get what you pay for and this is not a Warmoth product. Had the frets been polished and smooth at the ends I would have given this neck a 10/10. I ended up getting a luthier to dress the frets properly. My other concern was the flat C shaped neck which lacked meat and felt flimsy. I wish a little more effort was put into the finished product to make it something special. Maybe it's just left handers like me, but we seem to get a raw deal at the end of the day, and never have much choice as far as spare parts are concerned. I will be ordering another one as I build guitars and need a rosewood neck. I only hope this one will be more neatly finished than the Maple one.
The neck needs finer attention to detail, with rolled edges and properly dressed fret work to complete what could have been an outstanding product, but this one certainly does not feel like fingers playing through butter as it should.