#3
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.
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#6
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.
#7
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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#8
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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