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Spectrum neck dimensions

Post by madmarcus1960 on Sat May 05, 2018 8:07 am

Been a while since I've been on this board. I have a decent Westone collection including an (A-) Spectrum FX in Gold w/black center stripe, a Genesis I and II, in A- and B- shape, 2 x Pantera bolt-ons, a XA1220 in burgundy(A+ on everything) and XA1330 in Teal (C- on the body). The great thing is I went on this Westone kick from early 2000 - 2004 and none cost me more than $175US. We have no idea in the cork sniffing world how good these guitars are. Whether original or hopped up with aftermarket electronics.

My question is if Westone necks fit and intonate on Fender Start bodies?

Also, Im looking for replacement saddles for the 1st gen Bendmaster, the offset ones. Any clue on what works, they don't have to be original.
Thanks,
Marc

PS:Now that I'm back I'll get some pics up of the best ones.

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Post by corsair on Sat May 05, 2018 3:08 pm

Bendmaster Precision, Deluxe and FT all have offset saddles; I found a set from an 80s Hohner Superstrat that do the job!!

Don't know about the neck thing....

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Post by madmarcus1960 on Sat May 05, 2018 3:12 pm

Graphtech makes offset saddles. I'll need to breakout my verniers and see if they're usable.

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