#2
Not as thick as most people make them out to be, but certainly not paper-thin like the Ibanez Wizard necks. Give it a shot and see what you think.
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#3
I find they are a great thinkness. Not overly wide or narrow. Give em a try .
#4
they are about medium considering fender strats are fat (fat strat) and ESP necks are thin
#5
Their sixes feel nice to me, and I play an Ibanez. 7s are a different story though.
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#6
i don't have a caliper on hand or i could be more precise but i'd say a bit thinner then fender/gibby necks and c shaped
#7
Theyre are about equal thicknes of gibsons. They might even be thicker, theyre way to thick for me. If you want a thin neck check out Jackson, ESP, Ibanez.
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they are about medium considering fender strats are fat (fat strat) and ESP necks are thin

The thickness of a strat neck and the name fat strat are not related at all. The fat strat refers to the humbucker in the bridge position. AKA HSS strat.