Macmillan - Finished Vintage Spec 50's Strat, all Maple, 21 frets

€ 179,00 (including VAT 21%)
Delivery 1-4 werkdagen
Product code 270.445
Supplier product code 270.445


Construction: 1950s Strat® neck style one piece maple with walnut (1) headstock plug and skunk stripe.
Finish: PUR Poly
Fretboard: Fretboard and neck are carved from a single piece of Canadian maple
Fretboard radius: 7-1/2” (185 mm)
Scale Length: 25-1/2" (647.70 mm)
Nut Width: 1-5/8" (41.3 mm)
Nut Slot: 1/8” (3.18 mm)
Nut: Not included (2)
Width at 21st Fret: 2-3/16" (55.56mm)
Number of Frets: 21
Fret Wire: Small vintage style frets, (Crown: 2.0 mm W x 1.0 mm H)
Back Profile: Vintage C, From 0.86” (21.9 mm) to 0.97” (24.8 mm)
Truss Rod: Single-action truss rod adjustable at the heel
Heel: Round for standard Strat® body
Peg Hole Diameter:Face bore is 0.340” (8.63 mm); rear bore is 0.269” (6.83 mm)

Made in Japan.

All guitar necks may require fret leveling and polishing, and may need to be fine tuned to fit your instrument. This is normal and not a defect. All guitar necks should be carefully inspected prior to installation and/or modification.

All wood is unique with individual growth patterns and grain appearance. Due to the unique nature of this wood product, it should be understood that no two guitar necks are identical and may differ slightly from what is pictured.

Stratocaster® and Strat® are registered trademarks of Fender® Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC). Dalton Musicworks is not connected or affiliated with FMIC in any way and these names are used solely to describe parts that are suitable for use with specific guitar styles.


1 - Vintage one piece maple guitar necks used either koa or walnut for the skunk stripes and plugs subject to availability. Our Classic 50s guitar necks are standardized on walnut.

2 - Our guitar necks do not include a pre-installed nut. We believe that best results are achieved when the nut is cut and installed as part of the final assembly and setup. Nut blanks are widely available and come in a range of materials. While it is a finicky task, most nut blanks are modestly priced (which makes it less painful if you make an error) and it is quite satisfying learning to cut and install your own. Alternatively, you may want to have a luthier or technician cut and install a nut based on your preferences.

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