#2
probably the '68 fender stratocaster. thin, as in nut width. 40mm is i think the shortest nut width of fender production guitars.


i'm just not a fan of ibanez/schector/esp stuff. their necks are thin. but wide at the same time.
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#4
Old Ibanez Wizards are the thinnest I've found. Someone has probably found something thinner.
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#5
When I was trying out guitars I compared my Jackson DK2M to a Ibanez RG1570 Prestige and the Jackson was way thinner and more comfy.The backs of Ibanez necks are way too flat.
#6
i think the rg prestige are one of the thinnest you could find right now for a decent price, but they are quite wide
#7
my old teacher had some silver RG ibanez
it was really thin
i havent see a neck that thien after tha one
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#8
Vintage Hagstroms have some ridiculously thin necks. They've got some sort of weird truss rod or something....
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#9
Quote by ECistheBest
probably the '68 fender stratocaster. thin, as in nut width. 40mm is i think the shortest nut width of fender production guitars.


i'm just not a fan of ibanez/schector/esp stuff. their necks are thin. but wide at the same time.



I don't mean the width of the the fingerboard. I mean thickness from the fingerboard to the radius on the back side of the neck.

#10
Yeah from what I've heard elsewhere the Ibanez Wizrad probs is the thinnest neck


But remember, thinner doesn't neccesarily mean more comfortable
#11
Ibanez Wizard , u could sand down the wizard to become even thinner but really high change of it breaking and warping!
#12
Quote by BirdHouse
Ibanez Wizard , u could sand down the wizard to become even thinner but really high change of it breaking and warping!


That would be such a ****ing stupid thing to do...
#13
the neck on my jackson is pretty thin
and the necks on the ibanez rg series are like paper
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#14
I have smaller hands, would I benefit if I decided to buy a good RG prestige in the future?
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I have smaller hands, would I benefit if I decided to buy a good RG prestige in the future?


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#17
my friends got a jackson kelly and thats got a pretty thin neck compared to my les paul.
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it would be the best decision in your life.


Really? Well, I'm deffo saving up for one now...
#19
Quote by Jackolas
That would be such a ****ing stupid thing to do...


ha yeah , i have small hands too (asian) but i perfer fat fender neck!
so gonna say that neck size is up to the user , for example take a look at paul gilbert , HUGE hands long fingers yet he uses his PGM which has a pretty close size to the orginal wizard necks