How wide is a Telecaster neck?

How wide is a Telecaster neck?

Compare to Similar Best Sellers

This item: Fender Standard Series Telecaster Replacement Neck – Pau Ferro Fingerboard $ 249 .99 + FREE Shipping 4 reviews Fender Standard Series P-Bass Replacement Neck – Pau Ferro Fingerboard $ 249 .99 + FREE Shipping 1 review
Nut Width 1.650″ 1.625″
Nut Material Synthetic Bone Synthetic Bone

What is the scale length of a Telecaster?

25.5 inches
Electric guitar Most Fender electric guitars, including the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Esquire, and Jazzmaster use a scale length of 25.5 inches (650 mm).

Does scale length affect sound?

No matter what components you fit to a 25½ inch scale guitar, you’ll never get it to sound or play the same as a guitar with a shorter scale, and vice versa. Scale length is just so fundamental to the tone and playability of a guitar.

How wide should the neck of a guitar be?

Standard neck width is usually either 43mm (1 11/16″) or 44mm (1.73”, more often referred to as 1 ¾”). Nylon-string classical guitar necks are typically much wider at anywhere between 47mm and 51mm (2″), as are many gypsy jazz guitars (which incidentally are steel strung).

What is the width of a Telecaster body?

12 5/8″ is about right.

What electric guitar has the widest neck?

Electric Guitars with a Wider Neck (over 1.68″)

  • PRS: 1.687 inches.
  • Gibson: 1.695 inches.
  • Ibanez: 1.692.

Is a shorter scale guitar easier to play?

Scale length can have a significant effect on playability. All factors being equal (string gauge, string length beyond the nut and saddle, break angles, and so on), shorter scales produce lower string tension, are more elastic, easier to fret, and require less arm extension.

Does scale length affect fret size?

Fret spacing As scale length increases, the distance between frets also increases. While you might not notice any difference between similar scale guitars, you would definitely notice it on a baritone guitar or a Fender Jaguar.

Are wide neck guitars easier to play?

Guitars with wider necks are generally harder to play. Especially if you have really short fingers. On the other hand, too narrow necks can also make some guitar players struggle. The bottom line is that neck width plays a big role in an overall playability of a guitar.

What guitars have the widest neck?

Top 10 Wide Neck Acoustic Guitars

  • Seagull S-6 Original.
  • Seagull Artist Mosaic.
  • Seagull Coastline Momentum HG Acoustic-Electric.
  • Seagull Performer CW Concert Hall Burnt Umber QIT Acoustic-Electric.
  • Takamine EF740FS TT Thermal Top Acoustic-Electric.
  • Yamaha C40II Classical Guitar.
  • Cordoba C4-CE Acoustic Electric Classical Guitar.

What is the nut width on a Les Paul?

Strat vs Les Paul Neck The neck width at the nut of a typical Les Paul is 1.695 inches (43mm). The neck width at the nut of a typical Strat is 1.650 inches (42mm).

How deep is a Telecaster neck pocket?

5/8″ deep
A Fender-style neck pocket such as those found on a Telecaster or Stratocaster is typically 5/8″ deep. Read on to find out why, and what to do for different types of bridges and also non-bolt-on neck types.

Back To Top