#1
What is the difference between the 2?
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#3
Wizard I is thinner by some millimeters. And I've heard japanese Wizard II's are thinner than Koreans (might be a rumor).
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#4
The wizard I is a tiny bit thinner that the II. I prefer the wizard II.
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I agree ^ wizard is just faster i think. perhaps they add twice the magic... i play S-470 w/ dimebucker through crybaby through marshall AVT150H with 4x12 cab
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#6
Practicing with a metronome has a much greater effect on your speed than your guitar's neck thickness and/or width.
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#7
wizards 1 neck is a 3 peice and wizards 2 is a five peice so,
the wizard one being mm smaller it wont make up for the diffrence in time that it would take it to warp being small and 3 peiced
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wizards 1 neck is a 3 peice and wizards 2 is a five peice so,
the wizard one being mm smaller it wont make up for the diffrence in time that it would take it to warp being small and 3 peiced


Not that it matters, but it's the other way around. The Prestige Wizard and Prestige Wizard II are both 5 piece, while run of the mill Wizard II is 3. Thus prestige necks have a skunk stripe or two (there go your additional pieces). Original Wizard is a one-piece 17mm neck.
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#9
I don't understand what this preoccupation with thin necks is

honestly you have better position with a thicker neck unless you have awful technique


to each his own though
#10
Wizard - 17mm
MIJ Wizard II - 18mm
MIK Wizard II - 19mm
Prestige Wizard - 18mm

Not all 5pc. neck have stripe, it'll say "5pc. maple/bubinga" or in the older catalog "1pc. maple w/bubinga stripe" then it'd have stripe. Usual prestige (like the 1570) have 5pc. maple so no stripe. Wizard which has maple/bubinga are sometimes called "super" Wizard but the thickness is just the same as Wizards. Some J-Customs now have titanium reinforcement so you can see 2 lines of black-ish metal instead.
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#11
I don't really see the idea of counting the 'mms' of the neck....does it really even matters?After all,the difference isnt very far
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I don't really see the idea of counting the 'mms' of the neck....does it really even matters?After all,the difference isnt very far

The difference may not seem like much, but you'll feel it when you play both and compare them, believe me.
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The difference may not seem like much, but you'll feel it when you play both and compare them, believe me.


#14
Really?Wow,sounds really cool
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#15
The wizard 1 can cast lvl 70 fireballs where as the wizard 2 is a wannable and can only do iced flame lvl 20.
#16
Quote by madpickin03
Wizard - 17mm
MIJ Wizard II - 18mm
MIK Wizard II - 19mm
Prestige Wizard - 18mm

Not all 5pc. neck have stripe, it'll say "5pc. maple/bubinga" or in the older catalog "1pc. maple w/bubinga stripe" then it'd have stripe. Usual prestige (like the 1570) have 5pc. maple so no stripe. Wizard which has maple/bubinga are sometimes called "super" Wizard but the thickness is just the same as Wizards. Some J-Customs now have titanium reinforcement so you can see 2 lines of black-ish metal instead.

Sorry to call you out on that, but my prestige 1570 has 2 stripes. 3 of the pieces are maple, the tiny dark brown stripes are not.
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Sorry to call you out on that, but my prestige 1570 has 2 stripes. 3 of the pieces are maple, the tiny dark brown stripes are not.


Aye, that's the same as my PGM301. 3 maple and 2 walnut.
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