Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by gregory70, Sep 23, 2008.
Can anyone comment on the size/shape of this neck? Huge, small, chunky, etc? Thanks.
Strat or tele? I only have experience with the tele... I'd probably call it chunky. Not slim like the 60's or modern C necks, but not huge like Nocasters.
I was looking at the strat. My favorite neck is the Grosh Medium Roundback.
Of those that I have played they had a quite pleasingly plump neck.
Agian, not as big as a Nocaster but sweet.
I have a '50's Classic Player and mine is a medium 'V' shape for sure. It is an amazing neck, my fav Strat neck I have tried. The radius is smaller (9.5) but I much prefer it to the 12" radius of the '60's version. The closest I could say to it shape wise would be the EJ Strat neck.
Mine had a soft V best neck I have ever played...
I had one and I would describe it as a soft V with a reasonable amount of depth. Very nice neck. Personally I would have preferred more width. I believe it's a vintage-style 1 5/8 rather than the modern 1 11/16 (I know, vintage Fenders were offered in a variety of widths. But the most common is the 1 5/8). Still, a very nice carve with a great feel to it.
Very similar to the American Deluxe V Neck and the JV Strat.
my 2003 is nice and plump with a soft v. very nice neck indeed.