Kartman
Samuel in da tub.
Join date: May 2005
2,406 IQ
#1
Hey guys, I'm interested in getting an upgrade from my Washburn D10S. I'm not picky, but the only qualifications for my new guitar are the following:

1. A thin neck.
2. No Cutaway.

My price range is anywhere from $600 to $1200, liberally. Thanks!
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Last edited by Kartman at Jul 29, 2009,
jimtaka
i like acoustic guitar
Join date: Jan 2005
3,299 IQ
#2
roamingbard13
needs a nap.
Join date: Apr 2006
1,700 IQ
#4
I agree with the two responses above. But I'd like to add that you won't find an acoustic guitar that has as thin a neck as an electric really (save for maybe ovation, and you won't see me recommending plastic guitars today).

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Partscaster/Tele into a bunch of pedals, a Maz 18 head, and a Z Best cab.
jimtaka
i like acoustic guitar
Join date: Jan 2005
3,299 IQ
#5
If having a super thin neck is the most important thing to you, look at some Wechter guitars. I played one once and it had a super thin neck. It wasn't the best or worst sounding guitar in the world, but it definitely had the thinnest neck of any acoustic I've ever played.
captivate
d[-.-]b Asian Audiophile.
Join date: Apr 2007
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#6
Taylors have relatively thin necks for acoustic guitars. They're also quite comfortable. From my experience, Larrivee's, although they are a little thicker than Taylors, are even more comfortable once you play them for a bit and get used to them.
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#7
the neck on my blueridge is about the same as the neck on my schecter.
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SeeEmilyPlay
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Join date: Nov 2003
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#8
Hmm I was gonna say the Ovation necks are really thin and comfy- almost like playing electric but those are cutaways. I definitely agree with the Taylor suggestion though those are a bit pricey. My Yamaha neck feels comfortable...I think it just depends you should try some out.