Mighty Mite MM2904 Telecaster Maple Neck with a Rosewood Fretboard

Mighty Mite has made some serious improvements to this neck that make it look more like a real Fender neck.

  • The fret markers at the 12th fret are closer together

  • The side dots are 50/50

  • Better fret dressing

  • Upgraded nut

Mighty Mite Fender® Licensed Replacement Necks, are made from the finest Northern Michigan & Canadian Hard Rock Maple. Completely shaped, fretted, inlay and finished with a clear satin lacquer. Mighty Mite Necks include, truss rod, position markers on the side and finished nickel frets

The Tele MM2905 maple neck features a Maple fingerboard with dot inlays and 22 medium jumbo frets. Pre drilled holes for tuning machines that measure 3/8" in diameter and are 1" apart from center to center.


  • Scale Length: 25 1/2"

  • Neck radius: 9.5"

  • Nut width: 1.655" Thickness at 1st fret: .81" Thickness at 12th fret: .86"

  • Neck pocket width: 2 3/16"

  • Pre drilled holes for tuning machines that measure approximately 10.3mm diameter and are 1" apart from center to center.

  • Neck pocket height: 1"(measurement from fingerboard)

  • Neck Contour:  Modern C

  • 22 Medium/Jumbo Frets

Since the 1970's Mighty Mite has manufactured custom parts for the dreamer. You know! The guy who can't wait to hot rod his axe.

Yes, they don't manufacture their parts in the US anymore, BUT! they do use only the finest American and Canadian wood available.

Due to certain manufacturing processes that are no longer available here in the US, their wood is shipped all the way to Korea for processing, and then shipped back to us for distribution. Why! Tone. Some material from over-seas is moist, and doesn't resonate well at all. 

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