My main Fender style guitar is a custom-made 62 replica with late 60s grey bobbin style pickups (see below) in Olympic White. It's fairly accurate so the neck profile at the 1st fret is as expected rather shallow with a progressive, nice taper. 7.25" radius. It follows profile number 3 below. Now I would like to have a 50s broadcaster type for playing blues, rockabilly and jazz. Whilst my Strat type guitar is my 'to go' hippy / hendrixy / 60s dream machine, I'd now like to switch to a a more workshorse, vintage Tele style that feels and sounds about a decade earlier than the Strat. It'll have a broadcaster type bridge pickup and a CC type in the neck for those 40's jazzy / T-Bone Walker moments. Never really had a guitar with a soft V neck before but I feel it'd be the right profile for such guitar (type 2). What do you think? The Strat profile is nice if a little bit on the slim side. I compared it to a friend's real 62 and the profile is almost identical (i.e. thin-ish). What I do NOT like are 70s type 1, Wizard type 5 or PRS Santana clubby U profiles. I guess I'm after a slightly more substantial 60s neck.... any advice? do you think it'll tick all the boxes? Thanks!