#1
I have a 92 MIM strat which was my first guitar that i love,problem is my hands are massive and the neck looks like a toothpick in my hand. I was wondering what would be the ideal neck size for me? I was thinking a large C or even a V. I play a lot of barre chords with my thumb over the top a la SRV,John Mayer and Hendrix. Any sugguestions would be great. Thanks
#2
Bit like asking what color you'd like, it's up to you to figure out what feels good. Generally people with larger hands will appreciate a larger neck but you've already figured that out. Play what you can and keep notes
#3
Large hands often do well with a thinner neck, actually, especially if they're stronger than usual. Smaller and/or weaker hands benefit from a thicker neck if they're using the muscle in the palm of their hand at the base of the thumb as a helper for bends, etc. I have XXL glove size hands and do very well with thin necks (though I prefer them wider and flatter than run of the mill production necks).

This is also a technique issue -- if you did NOT learn guitar using a classical technique, and if you spend a lot of time with the neck touching most of your palm, then you may find a fat neck more desirable. You'll probably find that thinner necks cramp up that muscle at the base of your thumb with a thinner neck.
#4
i also have very large hands

i have a 1950's gibson neck and another gibson as well and i have several prestige wizard necks, i can play them all fine.

totally opposite, but you get used to it.

go play a dozen guitars and take notes on them (literally at GC or another store), and see how anything feels. play every brand you can, cheap, and expensive. you may be surprised.