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Edwards Es-335 neck size/weight?

IndieHead

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neck size is slightly more beefy than any other Japanese 335 copy eg. Tokai. It is not baseball bat thick but somewhere inbetween a 50s and 60s LP. Weight wise, they are a tad lighter than their Gibson counterparts.
 

still.ill

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neck size is slightly more beefy than any other Japanese 335 copy eg. Tokai. It is not baseball bat thick but somewhere inbetween a 50s and 60s LP. Weight wise, they are a tad lighter than their Gibson counterparts.
so would that be comparable to the 30/60 neck on the 339?
 

pickslide

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I just got one of these last month. The description is between a 50's and 60's neck. I think that is about right. I do not find it as thin as say a 60's les paul type neck, but its not as thick as the 59 LP replica type of neck I have either. If it was closer to one vs the other, I would say closer to the 59 than the 60.
 

still.ill

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I just got one of these last month. The description is between a 50's and 60's neck. I think that is about right. I do not find it as thin as say a 60's les paul type neck, but its not as thick as the 59 LP replica type of neck I have either. If it was closer to one vs the other, I would say closer to the 59 than the 60.

but its still really comfortable to play right?
just concerned from going to my first guitar (a schecter c-1) to this
but then again schecter have somewhat thick necks as well
would you care to post a picture? thanks
 
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johan

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I find the Tokai 335 to have to narrow necks. Very much like a late 60's Gibson.
Thickness is medium. Never tried the Edwards but I hear the older ones are great with solid carved tops. Now they are made in China. (google that)
 




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