Neck
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NECK EXAMPLESSCOOPSHEELS

Most Romero necks are crafted with two-piece construction, resulting in a strong and stable product. Occasionally we are able to find high quality figured woods in large enough stock to build one-piece necks - the quality of the wood means these necks are comparable in strength to a two-piece neck.

Every neck is built with a double-action truss rod.

While many builders now use pattern carvers or computer-aided carving techniques, Romero necks are hand-carved in the traditional way. Available scale lengths:

26.25" • 25.5" • 24.75" • 23.656" ('A' scale)
• 20.125" - baritone uke • 18.5" - 'C' scale banjorine • 17" - tenor • 14.75" - concert • 13.625" - soprano uke

NECK EXAMPLES


• hand-carved flame maple neck with J4 peghead •


• hand-carved one piece claro walnut neck with J5 peghead •

SCOOPS

scoop

S scoop at 15th fret with partial 16th and 17th frets

scoop

• Arched scoop at 19th fret with optional thumb scoop

The two scoops above are examples of our two main frailing scoop styles.
Frailing scoops are generally positioned after the 15th, 17th or 19th frets.

HEELS
heel - standard heel - guitar heel - dobson
Standard Heel Guitar Heel Dobson heel

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