Electric Guitar Neck Blanks

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Planed, unprofiled solid maple neck blanks for constructing a two-piece bolt-on neck. Ready for bandsawing and shaping in your shop.

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Electric Guitar Neck Blanks Curly maple

Curly maple

Item # 5132
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$57.95

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Electric Guitar Neck Blanks Plain maple

Plain maple

Item # 5130
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$24.00

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Planed, unprofiled solid maple neck blanks for constructing a two-piece bolt-on neck. Ready for bandsawing and shaping in your shop.

Each blank is designed to have a separate fingerboard attached after construction of the neck. Flatsawn, 13/16" x 4" x 27" (20.65mm x 101.60mm x 685.80mm).

Stewart-MacDonald's online instructions "Neck Construction Tips and Techniques" include tips for adding headstock "ears," routing for a truss rod, laminating a classical guitar heel, and more.

Need help calculating your fret locations?
Our online fret scale calculator can calculate any scale length you want to use. It will also give you accurate measurements for locating the bridge on your instrument.


Product Instructions

Neck Construction Tips and Techniques

An overview of neck construction tips and techniques.

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Wow

By Cynosure from Miami. FL
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 08, 2013


I have been using StewMac's Maple necks exclusively. Pre-cut for all your bolt-on/set-in necks and are top quality...I will most certainly be buying again...and again...and again.

Decent

By SARC from FL, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, February 10, 2013


Nice clean looking Maple - no knots or defects. I've bought 4 so far - wish they were planed to an even thickness. some are more warped than others so to get them true means making some thinner than expected. I think for the price they are ok, but I will be buying from somewhere else in the future that has slightly larger dimensions to compensate for the chance of boards that are not completely flat and true.

Strong, solid wood.

By CS Guitars from Scotland
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, February 06, 2013


I've purchased a few of these now, and they always arrive straight and flat. Not had any issues with them being warped or bowed, even though they are being shipped a fair distance. The necks have all turned out looking and feeling great. Highly recommended.

Good Timber, nice figuring

By Ian Verner from Sydney, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, August 19, 2012


Sanded up beautifully, looks great. Slightly cupped when i got it but a scraper cleaned it up.

maple

By Colt W. Knight from South Charleston, WV 25309
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, July 17, 2012


I've ordered about half a dozen of these neck blanks. Half of them were nice, but some had some pretty substantial and unacceptable planer snipe. Stew Mac Customer Service was prompt and curtious returning the blanks.

Could be better 

By DGordonYoungLuthier from NYC , NY
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, July 03, 2012


This maple is as flatsawn as it gets, bogus stuff ( if your into the whole quatersawn thing ). Not only that the blank on one end was thinner ( on both sides of the one end ) which drove me nuts.

Flame maple

By Jonas Baker from New Haven, CT
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, May 22, 2012


Not the best maple for a neck blank. Definitely on the soft side for sugar maple. The curly maple neck blank I ordered dented easily, due to the softness of the wood. Also, this is not really thick enough for a one piece maple neck. Pros: Came well dimensioned and flat, nice flamey figure to the wood. Cons: Wood did warp slightly while it acclimated to my shop, it is wood and this does happen, but not the most stable wood I've bought. On the softer side of sugar maple, and dented easily. Flat sawn, would be nice if they offered quarter sawn or rift sawn. Also, not thick enough for one piece maple neck.

Ok but could get better

By Shrubb from Southampton (UK)
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, January 29, 2012


Good piece of wood but it did bend slightly when i left it for a while. this may just be because i'm in England so to any UK Luther it's probably best to get your wood locally

great wood and good price

By Jacob Nu+¦ez from Victorville,CA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, July 06, 2011


the plain maple is a beautiful peace of wood and is easy to cut. good price too.

Nice piece of lumber

By Mitchell Henderson from NS, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, April 26, 2011


Great price for it, it was perfectly flat and great quality maple.

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