I've got a Charvel that I bought a Moses graphite neck for, but since it still needs a pickguard and some assorted shit, I never posted the NGD.
The neck is fan-fucking-tastic, with regard to feel and tuning stability. Easily my favorite neck, period (though, sadly, it's in the 'unplayable pile' while I wait for some parts
). The only two gripes I have are:
1.) The fretwork, while really level, well seated and with good crowing, had a couple sharp edges. It was certainly playable but about 15 minutes on the bench and it was immaculate.
2.) Graphite is REALLY brittle and prone to "turning to dust" if you have to work with it at all. Not a problem to probably most people but (especially since you're using it in a "build"), it's worth mentioning.
I got stainless steel allen head'd machine screws for attaching this thing and accidently cross threaded it into one of the brass inserts they have in there. I didn't go super far but by the time I realized it was cross threaded, I went to back the screw out and the whole brass insert came out with it and never "bit" down into the hole the same, and just kept sliding out.
The first idea was to just put a little epoxy on the threads and tighten it down but the problem is that the brass inserts they use have a VERY fine thread on the outside versus what you get at, say, the hardware store and even with the epoxy, it just kinda made a plastic sleeve around the outside of the insert and didn't grab too well.
I ultimately ended up having to replace the insert entirely but (as mentioned earlier), the replacement inserts "bite" the opening a fuck
of a lot more. Trying to thread it into the stock hole was really difficult, the graphite either broke away or (when I got deeper) grabbed the piss out of the insert and ultimately caused the slot (the thing you're using to thread it in) on the insert to break off and I had a hell of a job backing it back out.
I ended up pulling out ALL of the anchors, using the drill press to open the holes up a *pinch*, then epoxying the living shit out of the new inserts and cranking them down evenly. The final result looks good, is ridiculous stable and all of them are matching but it was a PITA.
Moral of the story: Avoid fucking up the inserts at ALL COSTS.
All that said, I'm really happy with the neck especially for the prices they charge. I'd buy another in a heartbeat and am planning to.