#2
its not so much fretboard upper frets access eg the schecters have thicker necks but the access is great, its more your hand being able to get round the neck easier.
#4
Thin necks don't necessarily help you reach the upper frets and the X's are mutes made with the fretting hand.
#5
Quote by Manimosity
Thin necks don't necessarily help you reach the upper frets and the X's are mutes made with the fretting hand.

For the X, do you muffle it and then mute it with the right? a little confused on how to do this exactly.
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#6
Quote by SiKh22
For the X, do you muffle it and then mute it with the right? a little confused on how to do this exactly.

I mute the strings with both of my hands to give it a more percussive sound but most guys just mute with their left.


neck thickness is just a comfort thing, try out different necks to see how they feel, personally my favorite neckshape is the standard fender or the dean vmnt's neck shape
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