I have a 22 fret Talon, so I don't know about the 24's but I imagine it's the same. The necks are swappable by dimension, but not by screw holes. I got my talon carcass to use the neck on an Ibanez, and since I would have had to fill and re-drill the holes, I left it on the talon, and now I'm quite happy about the way the Talon came out. If you're talking about the body, though, it might be easier to fill and re-drill the body holes. Stew-mac has the neck ferrules for the screws, and they are larger in diameter than the talon's. So you could fill the holes, re-drill, and then use the larger ferrules to cover the slight movement. You'd never tell. Also make sure, though, like I said that you are getting a body cut for 24 or 22 frets, whatever matches your neck, because unlike RG's they did make both. By the way, I have a new black pickguard for the 24 fret body if you need it. I couldn't use it on my 22-fretter.