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The Esquire is the predecessor to the Telecaster and the very first solid-body electric guitar offered by Fender. The Esquire neck features a “U”-shaped neck profile for the substantial fret-hand feel typical of instruments from our original decade.

Fender replacement necks are made at Fender manufacturing facilities to the same specifications as those used on our instruments. This Ensenada, Mexico-made Esquire neck features a maple fingerboard, a 7.25” radius and 21 vintage-style frets. The one-piece maple neck has an early 50’s “U” profile with a smooth satin urethane finish on the back of the neck. The headstock has a gloss finish with an authentic “Esquire” decal to complete the classic look.

The bone 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 headstock logo decal.

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. Your local FMIC Authorized Service Center can install genuine replacement necks; find Authorized Service Center locations near you in the “Support” section of


  • One-piece maple neck with walnut "skunk" stripe
  • Maple fingerboard with 7.25" radius
  • 21 vintage-style frets
  • Pre-slotted bone nut
  • Vintage-style truss rod with heal adjust
  • Six pre-drilled tuning machine holes

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