After Leo Fender sold Fender to CBS he stayed on as a design consultant and created the 3-Bolt neck with tilt adjustment as an improvement over the original 4 bolt neck that had no tilt adjustment other than using shims. Fender CBS's production quality, specifically the mismatch of the neck pocket size to the neck heel, resulted in an unstable neck attachment much of the time and gave the 3 bolt neck a bad reputation. Leo later proved the 3 bolt neck worked if done properly with his G&L guitars.
Bolt-on neck, surprisingly.. Supposedly, this is a great playing bass though. Sure wish they made a neck thru model
A set neck is a guitar that is fixed in one place a neck thru I'd one that is built all in on price an a bolt on is simply a neck that is bolted on so your answer would be a set neck a neck thru and a bolt on neck
bolt on necks are cheaper than set necks, and set necks are cheaper, than neck through. bolt on necks have less sustain but are cheap and easy to repair. set necks have more sustain, are expensive and harder to repair than bolt-on. neck through has more sustain than set neck but is more expensive and harder to repair than set neck.
Up to His Neck was created in 1954.
Hough's Neck was created in 1625.
Wrecking Your Neck was created in 1995.
Bolt Creative was created in 2001.
Black Bolt was created in 1965.
Bolt - website - was created in 1996.
Blue Bolt was created in 1940.
Bolt Thrower was created in 1986.