Necks 

Subcategories

  • Electric Bass (850x85x30mm)-(850x105x30mm)

    The electric bass necks that we have in this category are long 85 cm, these necks are usually used to assemble on the bass body in the traditional way, that is, screwed to the body of the guitar.
    The electric bass necks are subject to a lot of tension, this tension is due to the strings and the constant wear caused by the guitarist, which is why it is necessary that the wood used be rigid, and in turn has the stability necessary to withstand all the tension. In the electric bass necks, reinforcement souls are usually used inside the neck to give stability and correct the possible curvature that may occur in the future.

    The most used woods for these necks are Maple, Mahogany, Honduras Cedar, WengePadaukAfrican Mahogany or Indian Rosewood, all these woods get together the appropriate conditions to manufacture quality necks for Electric Bass.

  • Neck Through (950x100x50mm)-(1200x105x50mm)

    The neck through are regularly used to manufacture the electric basses by assembling the neck between the two parts of the guitar body, giving it more stability to the instrument, many manufacturers who opt for this option because they affirm that this provides more sustain to the instrument.
    The neck of the guitar has the function of transmitting the vibrations from the strings to the body, this makes it very important to choose the right wood to use in the neck. In addition to choosing a wood for its acoustic properties we will have to keep in mind the tension caused by the strings and select a rigid wood, but at the same time easy to mold for a perfect finish.
    Currently, some of the most commonly used woods are Maple, Mahogany, Honduras Cedar, WengeIndian RosewoodAfrican Mahogany or Padauk, all these woods meet the appropriate acoustic conditions to manufacture quality Neck Through handles for Electric Bass.

  • Electric Guitar (700x85x25mm)-(700x100x25mm)

    The electric guitar necks are slightly smaller than those of the bass. In the electric guitar we can find necks of different widths depending on the number of strings with which the instrument is going to be built, but also depending on the width of the neck it’s necessary to use the souls inside to guarantee its stability.
    The neck of the guitar has the function of transmitting the vibrations of the strings to the body, this makes it very important to choose the wood that we will use in the neck, since in addition to choosing a wood for its acoustic properties we will have to take It counts the tension caused by the strings and use a rigid wood, but at the same time easy to mold for a perfect finish.
    In Maderas Barber we have a variety of woods that meet all these characteristics to facilitate the manufacture of neck.