Yes – We offer several Locking Nut necks for the R2 and R3 nuts.

R2 nut = MM2702FCR, MM2730FCR and MM2929FCR

R3 nut = MM2940FR3, MM2942FR3 and MM2943FR3 available 2022.

The R2 nut is 41.5mm.

The R3 nut neck will be available for 2022.

The original Floyd Rose® R2 works. There are metric and import equivalents that will work as well, it does not need to have the bullet cutout. It can be flat across the bottom.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is an international treaty to prevent species from becoming endangered or extinct because of international trade. Effective January 2, 2017 CITES placed rosewood on their endangered list. For more details go to https://www.cites.org.
The current product has a thin coat of satin polyurethane and the Vintage tint necks gloss polyurethane on them. The polyurethane is oil based. The earlier necks did have an oil finish on them.
  • The maple neck with maple fingerboard are 1 piece.
  • The maple birdseye are 2 piece.
You will need to to install 10 mm adapter bushings. Mighty Mite does not supply these bushings. However, they are available thru the Internet.
No – this feature is not on our necks.
April 2018 the ebony is Crassiflora/Diosptros
With the exception of the 5 string bass; Yes our necks have a skunk stripe.
We currently do not manufacture a 24 fret neck.
We currently do not.
That depends on what neck you are looking at. All this information is now available in the specifications for each neck.
We do not have the equipment to change them.
We currently do not offer that service.
We currently do not offer that service.
The fret ends are dressed before they leave our warehouse; however, due to climate changes the wood will expand and contract, at some point the frets will need to be leveled and fret ends rechecked.
  • 1982 to approx mid 2012 they were produced in South Korea.
  • 2012 to date they are produced in Indonesia.
  • 2018 our remake models are assembled in the U.S.A.
The bodies are a mix of original 1957 and 1963 contours, but the universal pickup cavities did not exist in vintage times, so that is a route that is specific to Mighty Mite, which combines SSS and H/S/H routes into one unified pickup cavity.
We do not make any neck with the intention of it being an exact replica of the EVH Frankenstein from the old days. However, if you are planning to use a Floyd Rose ®/Locking Nut Tremolo; We offer a couple different fingerboards (Rosewood, Maple or Ebony); – R2 Nut models are: MM2929FCR, MM2902FCR and MM2930FCR. – R3 Nut models are: MM2940FR3, MM2942FC3 and MM2943FR3 (Most of these are arriving in 2022.)