This is a nice seller-built walnut neck suitable for your Gibson TB-4 or TB-2 conversion. It has been fitted to my style 00 pot, and on it, a .656" or 11/16" bridge seems to be about right with no tension on the coordinator rod. Please note: due to differences in pots, you may need to shim the neck or maybe even reset the 10-32 lag screws.
Fifth string pip is the prewar Derby style, filed flat on one side to butt against the 5th fret. Nut is the old style 1/8" wide.
The neck notes well with no buzzing anywhere. R/R spikes are installed at frets 7,9, and 10. Scale is 26 1/4". Hot Rod 2-way truss rod installed.
The bottom of the heel is about 1" wide and should be narrow enough to fit a resonator notch cut for a prewar Gibson tenor.
Buyer pays for shipping from zip code 99712.
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