#1
I played an american standard and i saw that jackson guitars have similar neck(thinner btw). .

it's good but i dont like the neck after the 12th fret. .i feel that i can't play, why they build their guitars with that neck??
#2
hate jackson necks, too thin

american standards feel pretty good
but Mustangs feel better (imo)
#3
I'm pretty neutral towards Jackson's and Fenders. My guitar teacher once let me use his hollow body telecaster (not sure what make exactly), it was like putting a hot knife through butter orgasmic.

I like ESP (whatever they use) and Ibanez (Wizard II) necks the best.
#4
I actually really dislike fender necks. And I have never been a big jackson fan either.
#7
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#8
Fender has alot of different neck shapes....V,C, Soft V, etc....if u dont like one try another....I dont like the Fender scale being that it is longer than Gibson/Epiphone
#9
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I love Jackson necks, at least the ones that are wider. I find my wide and extremely thin Wizard to be very nice. Fender necks are nice too, they're much better than Gibson necks


I don't think I've played a neck that I liked that wasn't a Gibson/Epi, PRS or Fender/squier (not including immitations).
#10
I dont like the neck after the 12 fret because it cuts me, i mean i am not so comfortable to play a solo
#12
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#13
i enjoy jacksons.... but the necks arnt my fav... Ibanez has never failed me.... by far the most comfortable ive ever played
#14
i like them both, fenders are just really nice to play, but i do prefer my jackson neck because its thinner.
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#15
What did you say? Sorry, I was busy playing my strat.


Seriously though, i like the necks, I actually prefer Jackson necks over Ibanez wizards. I'm not keen on ultra-thin necks. in fact, I'd be happy if my strat had a slightly thicker neck.
#16
I like Fender necks a lot. I prefer them to the ultra-thin necks people prefer on Ibanez guitars and the like. They're relatively thin, but they've still got something to hold on to, and they're nice and round, with rolled edges.

I like that kind of neck: not a baseball bat, but enough to hold on to, while still being comfortable.

I hated the Ibanez Wizard. Too thin and too wide. Feels like a plank. I played a jackson once. That was a tiny neck. I dunno if it actually was narrower, but it felt narrower than the Wizard neck. I didn't like the square edge on it, due to the binding. I like it roll'd.
#17
Fender Soft Vs are my favourite, a factor I thought about when getting my Strat.

Jacksons are alright, so is Gibsons necks, I love the chunkyness. But the only necks I don't really like the feel of are the Wizard necks by Ibanez. They're bloody weird.

Saying that, I wasn't too keen on this classical guitar neck I played in school once, it was too think and too wide. But, I'm not planning on playing classical any time soon, folk and blues are where it's at!
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#18
Ive never seen a jackson and a fender compared before, but i like jackson necks better they are a lot thinner an fender necks are pretty fat and uncomfortable.
#19
I love fender's one piece maple necks, especially on teles. I own a jackson flying v, which I rarely play, but I love the neck on that. Not usually a fan of thin necks but I just love that one.
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#20
I love my fender MIM strat neck.
Probably one of the best feeling I've felt.
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#21
I played a Squire neck, it was decent.
A while ago I played a MIM and MIA strat. They were decent, though I like them a tad bit thinner. Not as much as Ibanez though.
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