#1
I want to know: How thin is the neck of Schecter (specifically C-7) when compare to an Ibanez Wizard-II (not wizard-I which is hard to find anyway)
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#2
c7 is very thick and wide about the same as a les paul thickness wise. c1 is definately thinner.
#3
Quote by Mezzo4te
c7 is very thick and wide about the same as a les paul thickness wise. c1 is definately thinner.


Are we talking about the same guitar?! a 7-string shredder having the thickness of a les paul?!
Ibanez SA-120 (ed.2006)
BluesJr 1996-B + cathode follower + texas Heat
Crate CPB150
Homemade 4 x 10 cab Bass closeback
Metal Muff
#4
Quote by Jestersage
Are we talking about the same guitar?! a 7-string shredder having the thickness of a les paul?!



Yep...hence why im selling mine
#5
Schecter necks are actually very thick. I'm more comfortable with a moderately fat neck.
#6
c-1 neck is 2 cm at the thickest point and C shaped ,

i like it more than the wizard II , cos the shape is more comfy and the thickness is perfect for me atleast, just have to get used to it beeing gloss finish instead of wood finish like the ibanezes
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#7
...Great. Now I have to buy Ibanez (I have small hands)
Ibanez SA-120 (ed.2006)
BluesJr 1996-B + cathode follower + texas Heat
Crate CPB150
Homemade 4 x 10 cab Bass closeback
Metal Muff
#8
Quote by Jestersage
...Great. Now I have to buy Ibanez (I have small hands)



yeah i have the same problem, you could always get someone to sand down the neck and tung oil it?
#9
Quote by Jaekae
c-1 neck is 2 cm at the thickest point and C shaped ,

i like it more than the wizard II , cos the shape is more comfy and the thickness is perfect for me atleast, just have to get used to it beeing gloss finish instead of wood finish like the ibanezes

Sorry.

It's 2.25 cm thick at the 12th fret, 2.1cm at the first. It's also a thin U profile neck.
which makes it 1mm thinner than a LP.
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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#10
I got this answer a year back from Schecter support.
The Floyd Rose equipped modells have a tad wider neck than those with fixed TOM bridge.

Model: Hellraiser Sunset FR
Width@ nut: 42mm
Width@12th: 52.7mm
Thickness@1st: 21mm
Thickness@12th: 22.5mm
Radius: 13.8"
Profile: Thin-U

Model: Hellraiser C-1 Classic
Width@ nut: 42mm
Width@12th: 51.2mm
Thickness@1st: 21mm
Thickness@12th: 22.5mm
Radius: 13.8"
Profile: Thin-U
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#11
I don't think that Schecter necks is as thick as people say they are! My C7 has a really really comfy neck which isn't anyway near Les Paul thickness. Actually my friends LTD EX400 and my new Gothic Explorer has necks that are the same thickness, if not even thicker!

I would like to see some measures for Les Paul necks so we can do a proper comparison! The Schecter is supposed to be around 2.1 at 12th fret, so what about a Les Paul (everyone says the Les Pauls has baseballbats for necks!)?


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#12
no schecter necks are 2.25cm at the twelfth fret, LP's are (currently) 2.35. Its the same at the 1st fret, Schecters are 1mm thinner than LP's.
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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