#1
i love the sound and feel of les pauls and sg's but ibanez necks are just sex so what should i do? there was the option of getting a warmoth replacement neck but those are bolt on's i could get one without screws and have it glued if that is possible also the change of fret board radius may be incompatible with les pauls or sg's help me out?

thanks in advance
Gear:
-Epiphone les paul special II
-Peavey Valveking 112
#2
get a mahogany bodied ibanez and swap the pickups?
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#3
I wouldn't be thinking about replacing guitar necks dude... Check out ESP, they are sweet and their Eclipse (LP-style) guitars are wicked.
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#4
even if you get the mahogany ibanez u cant retain tht les paul tone and do eclipse's have necks similar to ibanez's ,plus emg's are criminal
Gear:
-Epiphone les paul special II
-Peavey Valveking 112
#5
look at the ART ibbys maybe mate.

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#6
eclipse's necks are fatter and more rounded than an ibanez's also they tend to be more metal voiced with emg pick-ups
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#8
do these have similar necks to the rg's cause it says "art set in neck" while rg's use wizard necks also i doubt this can emulate the sound of a real les paul even with a pup swap. the dimensions which are the main contributing factor to the les paul's chugga chugga tone are definitely not the same plus theses are hella ugly
Gear:
-Epiphone les paul special II
-Peavey Valveking 112
#9
You can see the actual neck dimensions if you click on an individual guitar, so you can compare them to the RGs.