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    Default Replacing LP standard neck. Help!

    I hope this is the right place, sorry if itís not. I have a epiphone Les Paul Special. I was looking to replace the neck and I realized there was an overhang. Is it possible to replace it with one they doesnít have an overhang. With the same scale but 21 frets. Iím not really sure. Any help is appreciated!

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    Why did you want to replace the neck? I would think that would be challenging since it is a set neck. I thought most Les Pauls had 22 frets.
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    Epi Les Paul Specials are bolt on neck. Easy swap out, but for $150 brand new...why do it???
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