Fender American Performer Telecaster Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 9.5" Radius, Maple

  • Item # 1562937
  • Model # 0995112921

The Fender American Performer Telecaster neck works with a wide variety of playing styles, featuring a maple fingerboard, 22 jumbo frets and a 9.5” radius neck. Crafted in the same facility as Fender’… Learn More

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Replacement neck designed for smooth playability and versatile tones.

The Fender American Performer Telecaster neck works with a wide variety of playing styles, featuring a maple fingerboard, 22 jumbo frets and a 9.5” radius neck. Crafted in the same facility as Fender’s U.S.-made instruments, it also includes a comfortable modern “C”-shaped neck profile with a satin urethane finish for a smooth, fast playing feel. A large ’70s era headstock adds mass and sustain, while the jumbo frets make it easier to achieve wide, expressive bends.This replacement neck is for a Fender or Squier by Fender guitar. Because Fender genuine replacement necks have not been mounted to guitar bodies, nut slots must be cut by qualified personnel. Other installation processes may be required, such as fret work, fitting the neck to the neck pocket, and other instrument setup procedures. Order the Fender American Performer Tele neck with maple fingerboard today.

Features

  • Maple neck in a modern “C”-shaped profile
  • Maple fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets and black dot inlays

Technical Specification

Fender American Performer Telecaster Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 9.5" Radius, Maple

Neck

  • Neck shape: Modern "C"
  • Neck wood: Maple
  • Scale length: 25.5"
  • Truss rod: Standard
  • Neck finish: Satin urethane

Fingerboard

  • Material: Maple
  • Radius: 9.5"
  • Fret size: Jumbo
  • Number of frets: 22
  • Inlays: Black dot
  • Nut width/material: 1.685" (42.8 mm) synthetic bone

Other

  • Orientation: Right-handed
  • Country of origin: United States