#3
Heres the full list if you need to work it out about the years turned into the models

Goldtop (1952-1957)
Custom (1954-1960)
Junior (1954-1960) and TV (1955-1960)
Special (1955-1960)
Standard (1958-1960)
1961 Les Paul SG
#5
the 50s is thicker but you get a warmer, fatter sound out of it. the playability also needs to get used to it. but i prefer it over a 60s.
my advice: go to a shop and test them both
#6
50` neck is thicker than the 60` neck. Its up to you personally to see wich neck suits your hands better
#7
Quote by Inf1n1tY.
the 50s is thicker but you get a warmer, fatter sound out of it. the playability also needs to get used to it. but i prefer it over a 60s.
my advice: go to a shop and test them both

the thickness of the neck affects the sound of the guitar too ?!?
#9
Isn't a 50's neck the so called "Baseball bat" necks?

And the 60s are thinner.

I don't think the neck thickness would have enough effect on the tone for that to be the decisive factor, it would all be up to whichever feels more comfortable to play.