#1
Which Les Paul's have this kind of neck?

I went to my local shop the other day, and they had a used Gibson 1960 reissue. I loved the neck on it, so I went home and looked it up to find that it has a "slim" neck, which is what I loved about it, the thin profile.

So what Gibsons/Epiphones/any other ones have this kind of neck too?
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The Epiphone Prochecy Series guitars have them.

Dont all 60's Les Pauls have slim taper necks though?
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Sg's have them, LP Classic's have them, R0's have them, and pre 2008 Standards have either a 60's or a 50's (it will say on the guitar).
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#7
The Billie Joe Armstrong LP junior has it, but I don't think they build them anymore.
#8
Rondo music makes les paul copies that have slim tapered necks, unless you only want gibson les pauls.
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Gibson generally uses two neck profiles except in certain instruments, their 50's profile and their 60's profile. I think you're talking about the 60's neck, which is thinner and less chunky than the 50's profile. It'll say in the description if it has a "50's neck" or a "60's neck" on sites like Music123 and Musician's Friend.
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Gibson generally uses two neck profiles except in certain instruments, their 50's profile and their 60's profile. I think you're talking about the 60's neck, which is thinner and less chunky than the 50's profile. It'll say in the description if it has a "50's neck" or a "60's neck" on sites like Music123 and Musician's Friend.



Thanks man, for some reason I thought it might be the kind of thing that goes unsaid on those kind of sites, but I have been checking and seen that they label almost all of them 60's or 50's necks.

Now what about the companies that don't call their necks 50's or 60's?

Edwards, Tokai, Agile, all the other copies?
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#11
my Les paul faded honeyburst have this neck. I love the guitar so much that I refinished the top on it so it'd have a proper finish, but anyway, the 60's faded les pauls have this neck.