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Show us your roasted maple neck Teles

Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by rze99, May 18, 2019.

  1. rze99

    rze99 Poster Extraordinaire

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    The current unwired mock up... now with oiled roasted maple neck, cut bone nut and Tone Pro Kluson tuners. That neck looks good enough to eat, I swear.

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    Yours looks great! My next one would be similar to yours. Here is mine- mongrel of Fender RW, Warmoth boatneck, Callaham and Glendale parts.
     
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    Home finished Warmoth build...

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    Flaneur Friend of Leo's

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    I bought one of these '52s...…

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    LSL Brie, recently bought pre owned... Sold originally by John's team at Peach Guitars.... Superb roasted maple neck




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  7. El Tele Lobo

    El Tele Lobo Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    these roasted necks are beautiful, is there any improvement in playability or stability
    compare to a standard neck, or they are just installed for their looks ?
     
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    Roasted necks are more stable because of the dry wood. And for sure they´re looking good :rolleyes:

    My custom built Staufer T-Caster with a roasted neck and glued on roasted fingerboard.


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    Very stable, and do not need a finish. This is critical for me, as I hate sticky finish and especially paint on the back of a neck. The bare wood on mine is silky smooth, it's incredible. The looks are icing on the cake.
     
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