Bestselling Bass Guitar Necks in 2020
YMC 1 Set Electric Guitar Neck Plate with Screws for Strat Tele Guitar Precision,Jazz Bass Replacement, Black
Leadrise® Set of 9 Understring Radius Gauge for Guitar and Bass Setup Luthier Tools for Bridge Saddle Adjustments
Acoustic Electric Tree of Life Music Guitar Bass DIY Neck Fretboard/Fret Inlay Sticker/Stikers Silver Thin
- It is fit for any type, 19 frets, 20 frets, 21frets, 22frets and 24 frets. Electric guitar, acoustic guitar.
- Easy to install and remove quickly at any time.
- Make your guitar looks more beautiful and eye-catching.
- You'll not feel strange when you playing the guitar due to the ultra thin design.
- It won't change the sound effect.
Kmise MI0085 Maple 21 Fret Bass Neck for Fender Bass-JAZZ Rosewood
Son Strummer Set of 14 Premium Luthier Tools - Kit Includes String Action Gauge Ruler, 9 Understring Radius Gauge, Pin Puller, Neck Rest & 2 Fingerboard Fret Protector Guards for Guitar, Bass…
Fender Standard Guitar Neck Plate
- Standard Guitar Neck Plate
- Genuine Fender 4-hole chrome neckplate with a tilt adjustment hole
- The neck plate features "Fender Corona, California" engraved
- Includes 4 mounting screws
- Fender part: 099-1445-100 Genuine Fender 4-hole chrome neckplate with a tilt adjustment hole
Bass Neck Straight Edge (Notched) Luthiers Tool
- Designed to check bass guitar neck straightness of the fretboard and not Just the frets.
- One side is for 34"(Fender) scale basses, and the other side is for 35" (most 5 string) scale basses.
- Works with most electric bass guitars.
- 6061 Aluminium- Nice Brushed Finish
- Machined Edges for Flatness / Cheaper Tools Ae Not
Hercules GS415B A/G Guitar Stand Fold Neck
- Brand: HERCULES STANDS
- Comfort Grip
- Specially Formulated Foam
- Folding Auto Grab System yoke
Dovewill Body Neck Strengthen Screw w/ Ferrules Bushing for Electric Guitar Bass
- 100% brand new High quality
- Easy to install, convenient to use
- Suitable for Electric guitar Bass
- To help guitar bass body and neck connected
- Material: Metal
Electric Bass Guitar Neck for Fender Jazz Bass Parts Replacement Maple 21 Frets Bolt On Clear Satin From AK-music
- Made of Maple Wood Origin From Canada Which is More Sturdy and Resonance and Sustain Well
- Smooth Fingerboard Edge, No Hand Scratched
- Installed with Double Style Truss Rod for 4 mm Allen Wrench,So You Can Adjust to Loose or Tighten.
- High Quality Maple Fingerboard with 21 Cupronickel Fret Wire and Black Abalone Mark Dot Inlay
FLEOR 4 String Electric Bass Neck Maple 21 Frets Neck 42mm Nut for PB Electric Bass Parts
- Most fits for 21 Frets Maple Neck Bass Neck For Precision Style Bass Guitar (For Right Handed Players)
- Maple Material with Rosewood Back Rid
- Finish: Clear and Matte surface
- Package included: 1 x Bass Neck
Musiclily Metal 4 Hole Guitar Neck Plate for Fender Stratcaster Telecaster Guitar or Bass,Gold
- 4 Hole neck plate for Fender style Guitar or Bass
- The plate is 2-1/8" x 2-11/16 "(54.5x 67.5mm) ; Screw holes are spaced 1-9/16" x 2-1/16"(39x52mm)
- Gold, Made by Metal Alloy
- Come with screws and back plastic plate
- Package includes: 1pcs neck plate
4 String Bass Fretboard Fret Notes Stickers Neck Key Maker Notes
- Only fit for 4 string bass
Group Looking to Launch â€œNeckFXâ€ to Add Flash to Guitar Neck
A small group of inventors is looking to make the next great guitar accessory that lights up the neck in places when the guitar is played.
If you play guitar, you know what goes on with the neck when you play. There are frets the lie perpendicular to the strings, and when the strings are pressed against the frets, the note changes. It works the same way on both acoustic and electric guitars and the basic idea hasn't changed since it was first invented. Now, however a small group of pseudo-entrepreneurs has an idea on a way to spice things up; a fret board that lights up the space in between the frets when notes are played. And according to UberGizmo, it's the only full fret light up board in the world. The Awesomer, says the whole idea is well, awesome, especially since the whole project is playing out on Kickstarter. The group has posted a video on YouTube for those who wish to see what all the excitement is about.
The idea is pretty simple, says UberGizmo, attach LED's to the fret board with pressure sensors that cause the LED sections to light up when the player presses a string down to change a note. The LEDs are connected to a nine volt battery that is embedded behind the neck out of the way. But what seems simple in concept is actually quite brilliant when seen in action, especially for "busy" songs where the player is all over the neck, such as occurs when solos are played.
But that's not the end of it of course. In order to get the project off the ground, the small group of would-be inventers has set up an account on Kickstarter, which is a site where people post ideas they have for making something new and selling it, and prospective investors contribute some cash to help get things rolling. If the project is successful, everyone cashes in. If not, no big loss since very few contribute very much.
To prove to prospective investors that their project is sound, the team has created a variety of NeckFX's, to go with different types of guitar necks. They range from the maple guitar neck to traditional headstock to Polycarb. But perhaps more promising is that they have managed to enlist the endorsement of actual well known guitar players, most prominently James Valentine of the rock group, Maroon 5.
What's probably the most cool thing about the whole project is the concept itself. This is because despite their reputation as excellent axes for the guitar elite, they're pretty dull instruments when it comes right down to it. When compared to brass instruments for example, they truly pale in comparison, which isn't good for rock stars trying to impress everyone with their coolness. The NeckFX can surely help, and that alone might help the group obtain the cash they need to start making them in bulk and selling to everyone and anyone who wants one.