#1
Hey I was wondering what brands (or guitars) have a neck similar to schecter necks/Gibson Necks. I've been thinking about checking out Jackson but the only one I played (The Explorer like guitar) was pretty uncomfortable, but I think I was playing a lower quality one.
#2
I think some BC riches have a Gibson-esque neck profile. I know that Jon Schaffer from Iced Earth used to use BC riches on tour cause he found the build to be similar to that of a Gibson which he couldn't use every night due to the weight on his shoulder.
#3
Jackson necks are all very small, only a Gibson will have a Gibson neck
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#4
Yeah I was wanting to get a Stealth but it's kinda pricey for the features. And what I mean by a gibson neck is a thicker style neck.
#6
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gibson necks are coustom fitted to each guitar


Yes, I know that. I'm referring to thicker necks, I say Gibson since Gibson usually get mentioned when people bring up thicker necks.
#7
Thicker necks aren't terribly popular on guitars that aren't reissues or very expensive. The Vintage mahogany LP has a thicker neck, as do some of the lower end gibson SGs. Besides gibson and epiphone, you're probably going to have a hard time finding a guitar with a thick neck under $1000.
#8
If you got a bolt on guitar, you could use warmoth to build you a neck to your specs, or just build a whole guitar through them if you want to put the money for it.

I don't typically think of Gibson when I think of thicker necks. The thick necked Gibsons were in the 50s. The 60's Gibson necks are thinner than the 50's counterpart. Though, I guess Gibson and Fenders typically have thicker necks compared to shred style guitars like Ibanez and such.