#1
I really like the whole hair metal look of a superstrat, but I can't play those ultra-thin necks that many of them have. It just feels...wrong for me.

Anybody play one with a good, hand-filling neck?
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#2
I think ESP might be your best shot.
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#7
Schecters ftw.
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#8
Definitely old school Kramers, G&L Climax or Invaders, and Godin Artisans.

Of course, all makers have some with thinner necks so................
#9
I'm looking something very similar, and can't find one - leaning towards getting something from Warmoth perhaps, or a luthier build.

Warmoth isn't too expensive and you have a good range of options.
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#10
ESP/LTD i guess, although the website defines it as "thin u" itr really isnt all that thin, they also look the best imo and are better quality than Schecters imo
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