but is it chunky, or just medium. I know it's not going to be like an ibanez RG or something, but i'm just wondering if it's chunky, or just medium.

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Not too bad, nothing you can't get used to.

Okay, thank you.

I have a LP Studio, and the neck isnt too bad. If you are really concerned about the neck, get the Zakk Wylde sig. The neck is thinner and unpainted.
The Epi LP Standard neck is shaped in between the 50's and 60's neck on a Gibson. It's not quite as thick as the 50's, but it's a bit thicker than the 60's. It feels really nice.
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It's not too thick, but it's not too thin. I like it .
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I've measured the Epi neck and compared it to others, and I think the easiest way of describing/comparing it is this: at the nut it's a little thinner than a modern Fender/Squier Strat C-shape neck, and at the 12th fret it's about the same size as the Strat neck is at the same place.

Compared to a 50's Gibson neck, it's much slimmer. Compared to a 60's, it's a bit thicker around the middle and higher frets, but towards the lower frets it's about the same size.

Compared to a super thin neck like an Ibanez Wizard, I'd say it's probably between a 33% and 50% thicker, depending on which part of the neck.
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