#1
Ok so i know Gibson les pauls come in 50's (thicker) and 60's (slimmer) necks, but what are epiphone les paul necks like? Would you compare them to the 50's or 60's neck?
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#2
I would compare them to those pieces of wood you can find at lowes or home depot.
#3
Les Pauls SUCK from back then...there is a gap between the neck_body that I can slide a credit card between on a 70's Les. Computers ftw.
#6
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What the hell?

Well to answer your question, they are slim, 60's style.

thx for giving me a decent answer.
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#7
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thx for giving me a decent answer.


also note that since epis are made in several different plants/factories, they don't all feel the same. some necks ive played were thicker than others, though none were "50's" thick.
#8
they're somewhat similar to the 60's slim taper neck.
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