If you’re a guitarist, or you’ve been trying to learn one, you might already know that the more popular models of guitars have what are called “bolt on” necks; this means that the body and neck are attached together with metal screws. On average these neck joints can only be replaced by a professional guitar technician with specialized tools and some experience – which is rare in most places! But don’t worry – I’m going to show you how to do it yourself like a pro!
Also read – fixing a warped guitar neck – bolt on neck vs set neck – common guitar neck shape options – checking for a bowed neck – guitar headstock repair
I’d recommend checking out this video since it is a lot easier to learn from a video rather than me type out all the steps involved: