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I have a 91' strat plus with a big neck on it. I think it's a 10 or maybe even 12in radius?? I also have a 56' CS with a 9.5 radius and the neck is pretty chunky. Either of the two you can get used at a decent price. Good luck!
The "thin skin" nitro Fender Strats (American Vintage or something) have a street price of around $1600 and seem to be great guitars. I need a strat and am thinking of picking one of these up--I played one locally and really thought the neck was comfortable (my hands are huge). I might on the other hand do a Warmoth partsocaster--the boat profile is huge and the SRV is nicely chunky.
Yea--we in the big hands group have alot fewer choices in lower priced guitars.
I looking for fat AND wide. Many of the fat necks, like the Hot Rod, R. Cray, and the Thin Skin series have fat necks but a 1.65 nut width. My fingers get bunched up on this width, I'm looking for something wider.
I find the American Series has a nicer width, but not enough fatness/depth.
Can anyone suggest a neck with both attributes that I'm seeking?