1956 Fender Employee made Fullerton Neck
Made in 1981 By Fender Worker Well I'm pulling out the Never seen stuff folks!
This came from a Fender employee that worked for Fender back at old Fullerton Plant. he had this neck made for himself back in 1981. This was the year Fender started playing with the idea of Vintage Reissues. If you work at Fender, you can do this.
The guy made it like a REAL: 1956 neck
Has the BEST Real Fender Decal you will ever see. Look at it. ONLY Fender had these back then. As like the real 56 ones
1-5/8" Bone Nut
Med Jumbo frets. Look at black lite pictures. Glows like Real Deal!
Has pencil date 3-56. It has the correct hole in heel and between the G & D tuner hole like real 1956. The Profile is Fatter than ANY Fullerton Strat I ever seen or played.
22.90MM @ 1st fret
25MM @ 12th
This neck has been played it's hole life. Sides are smooth and total broke in feel. This belongs on a real deal PRE CBS Strat body, or a 56 Strat with bad neck. it's not a $12,000 real one cost
Enjoy the pics.
AN OPPORTUNITY DOES NOT COME AROUND LIKE THIS TO OFTEN, OR EVER. ONE OF COOLEST NECKS I EVER HAD OR PLAYED. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED !
EVEN BLACK LIGHTS OUT LIKE REAL DEAL. GLOW, Glow*