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fender production model?

neastguy

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is there one with a 1 5/8 nut and 10 " radius ....it seems most have 1 5/8 with 7.25.... anyone?
 

Garrett Bagby

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Clapton and John Mayer are 1.65" nut and 9.5" radius.
SRV and Eric Johnson are 1.65" nut and 12" radius.

There are probably more signature guitars like those, but I'm pretty sure the necks on other models are either full modern or full vintage.

I don't think they have anything with a 10" radius, but you'll never know the difference between 10 and 9.5.
 

chrisjw5

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Originally posted by neastguy
wondering how fat the clapton neck is...
Fat, but with a nice V-shape to the back carve. Fits very nicely in the hand. Try one - and don't forget to check out the custom electronics. This is not your father's Strat.
 

JDouglee

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The SRV I had was defintely not a baseball bat...
But it sounded like pure poop...looked good tho
 

JDouglee

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I can't really test for poop purity, but I can tell you it pegged the
scale on my poopometer.

;)
 




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