Unfortunately quite a few Allparts necks are still on back-order and trickling in one piece at a time.
I have received a Hosco/Gotoh shipment, bringing a few out of stock lines back in and with a couple of new items.
The following are back in stock – Gotoh brass compensated Telecaster saddles, Gotoh vintage Telecaster bridge with brass compensated saddles, Gotoh aged vintage style tuners (I didn’t order nearly enough of these, so grab them quick) and Hosco nut files.
New stuff – I have a few Hosco Precision Bass bodies in stock. All 2 piece centre joined alder, they are surprisingly light ranging from 4lb 9oz – 4lb 13oz.
I have one Hosco Precision Bass neck available, which I’m hoping is bought along with a body as shipping boxes for bass necks is a problem! (I originally planned to use this on a build myself but instead went for a Tele Bass neck)
Finally I have a few Hosco 21 fret maple Telecaster necks. I got these in due to the specs – 21 “jumbo*” frets 9.5″ radius. The back profile is very similar to Allparts TMO-C which you can see in the comparison pic below. *Hosco refer to the frets as “jumbo” however the spec is almost identical to Fender “medium jumbo” fretwire which is 1.16mm x 2.6mm
Finally I now have a 7.25″ radius slotted bone nut to go with the 10″ radius version. An alternative to the Allparts bone nut (which has starter slots that need a lot of work) these are 42mm and have more fully cut slots, although of course modification may be required depending on string gauge/action etc.