Genuine Fender American Standard Jazz Bass Neck, 20 Fret Rosewood USA Made
Genuine Fender American Standard Jazz Bass Neck, 20 Medium Jumbo Frets, 9.5" Radius, Rosewood USA Made
Manufacturers Part Number 099-3700-921
Fender replacement necks are made at Fender manufacturing facilities to the same specifications as those used on our instruments. Contours, finishes, fret sizes and all other materials are designed and crafted in genuine Fender fashion. U.S.-made necks have detailed frets, satin finishes on the back, hand-rolled fingerboard edges and a slim "modern C" profile for comfortably smooth playability.
The nut is pre-slotted with "pilot" string location grooves to make spacing a breeze when performing the final string slot filing. For true Fender authenticity, it's also serialized and stamped, with genuine "Made in U.S.A" headstock decal.
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood
Neck Material: Maple (Graphite reinforced)
Nut Material: Synthetic Bone
Position Inlays: Pearloid Dots
Neck Finish: Satin Urethane Finish on Back of Neck with Gloss Urethane Headstock Face
Truss Rod Nut: 1/8" American Series
Truss Rod: Posiflex
Tuner Mounting Config: 2-Guide pin
Where Used: American Standard Series and American Professional Series
Fingerboard Radius: 9.5" (241 mm)
Scale Length: 34" (864 mm)
Nut Width: 1.5" (38.1 mm)
Number of Frets: 20
Fret Size: Medium Jumbo
Headstock Thickness: .620" (15.74 mm)
Neck Thickness: 1st Fret - .830" (21.08 mm), 12th Fret - .930" (23.62 mm)
Peg Hole Diameter: .687” (17.44 mm)
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ NOTICE BELOW CAREFULLY:
All necks should be carefully inspected prior to installation and/or modification as the neck is rendered non-returnable once altered. All wood is considered unique with individual growth patterns. Some necks may have minor grain variations due to the organic nature of wood. These are not seconds or "blems". Please contact customer service if you have any questions or concerns about your neck when it arrives. We cannot guarantee exact neck pocket fit due to varying manufacturer tolerances, wood shrinkage or expansion over time etc. Some neck pocket modification may be required.
We recommend that if you are not familiar with the proper steps to replace a guitar or bass neck that you should contact a professional for assistance.