#1
So i've become addicted to the les paul sound, but i love the playability of my esp ltd ec-1000. Sounds totally different than the LP, plays like a dream, but doesnt have the sound.

I was thinking about ordering an edwards LP , as a replacement. Any advice?
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#3
My Jay Turser has a far slimmer neck, but that may be below the level of quality you're after.
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#5
my epiphone les paul custom has a noticably more tapered neck than my friends les paul studio. nut sure if its the profile overall or what, but it is slighty thicker feeling.

if you like the guitar, i would change pickups
#6
yamaha sg or sbg guitars. thinner than a 60's neck but not obnoxiously thin...

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#7
Epiphone Prophecy GX has a great neck, the satin might feel cheap to some people though. Personally I love the satin/matte finish on the neck. The EX version has EMGs, and the GX has Gibson pickups.
#8
60's necks on Les Pauls have more of an SG feel.
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#9
ibanez lawsuit les pauls have a slightly slimmer than a gibson 60s neck
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#11
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#12
I don't think a bolt on neck will sound the same as a set neck. The only way to sound alike a Les Paul IMO is to get a guitar that follows the LP formula. The LTD probably just needs new pickups.
But if you're set on a new guitar I know little about Edwards other than they are assembled in Japan (made somewhere else apparently) Maybe you could look into MIJ Tokai. The lower end models are around what you paid for the LTD.
Moving on.....
#13
The ESP/LTD EC series have thinner necks. I had an EC-1000 back in the day, def. slimmer than an LP neck.
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#14
does anyone read the entire OP these days?
I wondered why the frisbee was getting bigger, then it hit me.
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Quote by Matt15f
So i've become addicted to the les paul sound, but i love the playability of my esp ltd ec-1000. Sounds totally different than the LP, plays like a dream, but doesnt have the sound.

I was thinking about ordering an edwards LP , as a replacement. Any advice?


I own an Edwards LP and the neck is slightly thinner than a normal LP neck and I think the sound is not too far off from a Gibson LP so I'd say go for it.