Beautiful flamed maple neck. Gorgeous rosewood board. Abalone dots. Flat radius. Big frets. Two way truss rod. Really nice neck. I bought it off a guitar repair buddy of mine maybe 7-8 years ago. He was cleaning out his junk boxes and just wanted stuff gone. IIRC, I gave him $30 for it. Ya see, the heel was Swiss cheese. The rounded butt has been cut off to make it fit on a T-style body, and it had been drilled (poorly) nine ways from Sunday. Whoever he got it from had to have had it on at least three different guitars. When I got it, it was drilled for a standard fender bolt pattern. But the holes weren’t square so the neck wouldn’t align right, and two of the holes were stripped. I decided this evening that I’d like to try it on my new (to me) player series Strat. So I dug it out, and I’m going to work on it. So far I’ve drilled out the fender pattern bolt holes cleanly, and doweled them wicked tightly. The holes near them have also been filled, though not nearly as cleanly, and not by me, but I’m hoping for the best. It’s a gorgeous neck. Cross your fingers... So much flame it’s hot to the touch. The photo does not even close to do it justice. All drilled out and doweled up. Cut off clean and sanded flush.