#1
I want a wizard thick neck but set or thru. Is it possible or is it likely to warp? I have really small hands and much prefer small necks despite the obvious tonal comprimise.
#2
Quote by CorvetteRick
Wizard thick?(is there such a thing?) or wizard thin?

I have an RGT42DXFM, its a thru-neck, and I'm fairly certain it is a wizard neck.


Why don't you ask it to do some sorcery?
#3
Quote by LatinKingz
obvious tonal comprimise.
What?
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#4
Quote by CorvetteRick
Wizard thick?(is there such a thing?) or wizard thin?

I have an RGT42DXFM, its a thru-neck, and it has a wizard II neck.

Its doubtful that it would be prone to warping; seeing as its a 5 piece neck.



So hows the sustain on that guitar?
#6
The jackson soloist is neck thru. Its not a wizard neck, but its one of the thinnest ive played.
#7
In conclusion, yes, it is very possible to have a wizard neck set in or neck through with no warping or negative tonal impacts (Unless you like the sound of a bolt on).

The RGT series is a neck through RG with a Wizard neck. Also, the xiphos is neck through and wizard.
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