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Moses Graphite MSGF Graphite Stratocaster Neck
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The Moses Graphite MSGF Graphite Stratocaster Neck has an integrated graphite fingerboard, and a black, wear-resistant, non-sticky graphite finish. A...Click To Read More About This Product
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Delivers excellent stability, swell, and sustain.
The Moses Graphite MSGF Graphite Stratocaster Neck has an integrated graphite fingerboard, and a black, wear-resistant, non-sticky graphite finish. All Moses neck models feature 'fine tune' truss rod systems. Moses necks deliver excellent swell and sustain, a strong fundamental, and increased, even harmonics.
Graphite necks feel smooth to your fingers and don't get sticky. They absorb less vibrations than wood necks and allow you to select which frequencies you want to use and shape to find your sound. Tired of readjusting your instrument's neck? The stiffness of the graphite neck also results in amazing sustain and stability.
Moses Graphite necks are suitable for use on Fender, Music Man, G&L, Warmoth and many other manufactured 4-string basses, and 6-string guitars. These necks can also be used on custom instruments.
All necks are sold with single-rod 'fine tune' truss rod systems and are supplied with unfitted, unslotted graphite nut blanks.
Necks are supplied with heels not drilled for mounting. All necks are sold with a 4-hole self-tapping brass threaded insert/stainless steel machine screw heel mount kit.
- 22 frets (.079" x .051")
- Mount kit included
- Solid graphite neck
- 16" radius
- Nut width 1-5/8"
- Heel width 2-3/16"
- Tuning Peg Hole Diameter .340"
- Truss Rod adjustment at heel
- Neck thickness .79" at first fret, .91" at twelfth fret