I can build you a partially-completed custom neck, cut to whatever dimensions that you specify, including scale length, widths, thicknesses, fingerboard radius, etc. Normally, I radius the fingerboard and cut the fret slots, but leave the main length of the neck rectangular, so that you do the shaping. The headstock can be left as a rectangular"paddle", or I can rough cut it to a pattern that you provide and drill the tuner holes. I can do bolt-on, set-neck, neck-thru and multi-laminate styles of construction, in any combination of woods.
The truss rod and internal reinforcement of my necks is my own design, the same as I use on my Scroll Basses and SSB models. The truss rod is fully bedded in epoxy with tailored bundles of carbon fiber strands, so the neck will pull into the proper curvature under load. There are no big carbon fiber bars or air gaps inside my necks to disrupt the tonal character of the wood. I make up all the hardware, including the truss rods, nuts and washers here in my shop. The finished neck is quite a bit stronger and more resonant than most production instruments on the market today.
Because I make up these custom necks one at a time to special dimensions, they aren't cheap! Prices range from about$120 for a basic tilt-headstock bolt-on neck blank up to several hundred dollars for a complex custom project. If youjust want a standard P-Bass or Strat neck, you can get fine completed necks from sources like Warmouth, Allparts, and WD for less money. But if your project requires a neck with special features or dimensions that they can't provide, contact me, and I'll be glad to talk over the options and quote you a price.
Below are some quick pictures of various custom order neck blanks under construction in my shop. Also, here are otherpages covering some more complex custom neck projects that I've done recently:A Replacement Neck For An Ampeg Baby Bass