Guitar collectors and music enthusiasts alike are constantly on the lookout for ways to upgrade and improve their pieces, and a popular decision is to change the neck piece on guitars — whether acoustic of electric, single or double — as a means of decoration, expression, or brand appeal. Custom guitar neck pieces are sold at nearly any music store, and are relatively simple to purchase, install, and use. As a result, many musicians employ their own artistic talent in a design (or a custom made design for them) to accentuate their instrument. If you believe that custom guitar necks could be a fun, intricate way to brighten up your music, consider the designs you would like to employ, consider budget options, and begin looking around in music stores and creative design studios for the best parts.
There are plenty of stores and institutions that create custom built guitars, and if you believe this is the best way to upgrade your instrument, check local stores or check online. Some popular sites, such as USAcustomguitars.com, offer fully custom built instruments as well as neck pieces, in price ranges from just a few dozen dollars to thousands, or even higher! Decide how much you are willing to spend, because the hobby is for both casual fans and hardcore collectors, and many stores will only stock the higher end materials. Custom built shops, whether making single or custom double neck guitar models, will have classic pieces or upgraded models, usually made from the highest quality materials and full of replacement parts. There are several different types of wood for the body and neck, as well as patterns and logos for custom guitar neck inlays.
Some companies can sell cheaper material wholesale, especially for other businesses. It may be cheaper to buy in bulk, or shop with a company that orders in bulk itself. If you are interested in multiple custom guitar neck plates, it is best to buy the plates wholesale and have them designed individually, as this will save money over the long run; most companies make the most money off the design processes rather than the cost of materials. If you are interested in a more complex purchase, such as a double neck custom electric guitar, you may have to wait awhile for the order queue to drop off and give enough time for the manufacturer. If you think a customized guitar neck could spice up your music, check internet sites or local music shops to get an idea of what you would like.