#1
are the say thin as people say they are?
is it ibanez thin or is it closer to a fender.
c,d or,v shape possibly?
#2
It's close to a Fender I'd say. Not nearly as thin as an Ibanez.
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#3
They're anything but thin dude... I'd say they're the same size as the Les Paul, which is a bit bigger than a fender. It has a general shape of a 'U', with it being rounder at the headstock and flatter at the higher frets.
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#4
somewhere between a fat 50's neck and a 60's slim taper neck.

it's not too huge, not too slim. feels like you're actually holding something.
#5
yeah they kinda have a fatter neck, CLOSE to a les paul, but not quite as thick, but they are rounder at the headstock and flatter towards the high frets, like ^^ said
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#6
it's like a 60s style neck

I like it more than the baseball bat neck

It's comfortable to me

When I play on ibanez necks, my hands get sore faster because they are so thin
and it is easier to play rhythm parts on my explorer because of the bigger neck.
#7
The LTD/ESP ones are like pens...

The Gibson ones are thinner than a les paul(at least the 79 in my school is)