#1
wicht do u like better and y

i personaly like the fattys how about u

(by the way im talking in about necks...... on guitars
#8
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Lead guitar - Thin
Rhythm Guitar - Fat
Bass - Thin
Same for me.
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#9
i've had the same guitar for more than four years now so whatever kind of neck my guitar has is the one that I like.
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#11
PRS are perfect for me, but I'm partial to EBMM and Charvel/Jackson. I hate Ibby's with a passion
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#12
Haha well in direct contrast to the user above me, I LOVE my wizard II :-D
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#13
It depends on what I'm playing.

I wouldn't want to play nasty blues double stops with my hand wrapped all the way around the neck on a thin neck, and I wouldn't want to do a lot of sweeping, etc on a baseball bat like neck.
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#14
Purposeless thread is purposeless.
Also, this is technically a preference thread, and (stretching it here) a vs. thread.
So...


*reported*

Although I like anywhere from Washburn/ESP to Gibson's thinner necks.
#15
thick! its just more comfortable for me and my hand starts to hurt really quick on a thin one
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#16
I like both. If I had to choose between an Ibanez Wizard neck and a U-profile neck though, give me fat. Louder, meaner and comfier.
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#17
Quote by Baby Joel
Purposeless thread is purposeless.
Also, this is technically a preference thread, and (stretching it here) a vs. thread.
So...


*reported*

Although I like anywhere from Washburn/ESP to Gibson's thinner necks.


You report the thread and then comment on it? Dick move son... dick move.

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#18
Quote by Baby Joel
Purposeless thread is purposeless.
Also, this is technically a preference thread, and (stretching it here) a vs. thread.
So...


*reported*

Although I like anywhere from Washburn/ESP to Gibson's thinner necks.


well aren't you a ****ing boy scout.
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#19
What are Strats considered, they are definetly on the side closer to thin, but not like an Ibby.

I personally hate Ibby necks, I feel like I don't get full emotion from my fingers when I play out of them, and U shaped necks give me cramps. PRS necks, Strat necks, and some other's but around that size are perfect for me.
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#20
I play

Leads-Thin
Rhythm-Fat
Bass 4 string-Fat
Bass 5 string-Thin
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