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    1990's Stingray neck radius?

    Hi,
    Like the title says, I would like to know what was the neck radius of the stingrays made in those days.
    Thanks

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    Welcome to the Forum.

    Going through my 90's catalogues the radius 11 inches.

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    Thanks!

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    Isn't that the same as the current spec ?


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    Except the Classics, yup.

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    Yes still 11 degrees and good luck finding a fret sanding block thats 11 degrees..GRRR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearhead View Post
    Yes still 11 degrees and good luck finding a fret sanding block thats 11 degrees..GRRR
    Reason for that is: The radius is stated in INCHES.

    OTOH, neck WIDTH, at about mid-neck, would be
    approx 0.5 degrees ......

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    EB SUB SL4 - SR4p FL [x3]
    Early EB SR4 defretted
    SR4HH FL [Moses neck]
    SL4p FL [x2] - SL4HS FL
    SL4HS FL [Moses neck]
    SR5HS alnico - SR5p FL [x2]
    Bongo4Hp FL [x2]

    "Too many basses is never enuf"

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