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Mighty Mite MM2902 Stratocaster Replacement Neck with Maple Fingerboard
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A direct replacement neck for Stratocaster or similar style guitars.

The Mighty Mite MM2902 Stratocaster replacement neck is constructed of maple with a maple fingerboard fitted with 22 medium frets. The guitar neck has been given an oil-based finish.

Since the 1970's Mighty Mite has manufactured custom and replacement guitar parts for luthiers, repairmen, and guitarists who can't wait to hot-rod their Stratocaster guitar.

Mighty Mite MM2902 Stratocaster Replacement Neck with Maple Fingerboard Features:

  • Type: Fender Stratocaster or similar style guitar
    Neck: maple
    Fingerboard: maple
    Fingerboard radius: 9.5"
    Number of frets: 22
    Fret type: medium
    Nut width: 1-11/16"
    Finish: oil-based
    Warranty: one year limited




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  • great necks

    As reviewed by brian waters on 4/16/2014

    I have bought 3 of these necks and all of them have been very well constructed, have a good feel, and are very affordable. great deal

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  • Excellent neck, good value

    As reviewed by Richard on 10/1/2014

    This is my 5th Mighty Mite neck (various types) and like the rest of them it's great. Nicely figured maple, sanded out perfectly, ready for final finish. This is the classic small headstock, not the big one. The frets were ready to play out of the box, level and ends dressed smooth. Not all of my MM necks have been, they needed basic fret leveling, polishing, and end dressing. But for $105 and a little elbow grease you end up with a fine quality neck. The oil finish they put on looks good, but if you wish to stain the neck it's very difficult to sand out all the oil and the stain goes on unevenly. So, if you want that Vintage Amber look, you'll want to spray it on instead, and it goes on real nice. Plain clear nitro lacquer will look and play great too. The idea is to protect the fingerboard from carbon black from hard playing. The oil finish alone will not do that. So if this sounds like more that you want to tackle, the Fender brand replacement neck is what you want, it's all lacquered up and ready to play.

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  • Better than ever

    As reviewed by Richard on 6/23/2015

    I have bought and reviewed these necks before, this is just an updated review to say as of June 2015 the MM2902 is better than ever. The quality craftsmanship has increased, the fret ends are perfect and smooth, and the maple is nicely figured. Just a light sanding and fret polishing is the only prep they need besides finishing. As before, it's a true one-piece neck, no baloney cut in the neck and the fingerboard is not a separate piece of wood either, it's all one piece of maple. Straight as an arrow, it will last forever. Truss rod works the way it should, and smoothly. My only complaint is the oil finish, I wish they would sell these unfinished so we can stain them. I make it work anyway, tape off the frets, spray with Vintage Amber nitro, then clear coat. Wet sand and buff, they look great but it is a fair amount of work.

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