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Im in school at the moment and im making a guitar workbench thing to rest the guitar on while i work on it. I need the weight of the guitar, the length from bottom of the body to the top of the neck and the angle at which the neck bends compared to the body. My guitar is at home and i need the information this afternoon. I was told to make a a model on a 1:1 scale and he only told us this morning. I have looked on the internet and i was unlucky in my findings. So basically, if anyone knows them or has one of these, could they find these things out?

Its a lot to ask i know, but the help would be much appreciated
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gibson.com doesnt have that info? O.i
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gibson.com doesnt have that info? O.i



No they dont lol. They have neck radius and nut width etc. Just not the things i need :P
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weight should be between 8 and 12 lbs. i would think for most les pauls.

the neck is at a 13º angle, i think... i used to know, but i can't remember if thats gibson or ibanez now.

EDIT: after looking around i think it's gibson that has a 18º angle, and ibanez with a 13º
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That plans page should have everything you need, usual LP weight is ~10 pounds for a non-weight relieved model and closer to 9 for the new chambered ones. Heaviest I'm aware of was 13.5 for a particularly beefy Norlin era custom.