#1
how thin is this neck i am looking at a used ibanez but i have been playing a starcaster by fender and i am used to that neck will this neck be alot thinner or just a little
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#3
it will be a lot thinner

all the guitars on the ibanez site has neck dimensions under the description
#4
Thinner then a strat. Wouldn't say alot thro, if you get used to it you will be able to play very fast on it.
#5
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it will be a lot thinner

all the guitars on the ibanez site has neck dimensions under the description


i know i saw that and it said 400mm neck radius well whats the raduis for a strat
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#6
just try it. I for one think the wizard II neck is amazing.
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#7
its thinner then a strat, but not by too much. now if it were a wizard prestige that would be a totally different story. which guitar are you looking at btw?
#9
Stack around 4 Quarters (or coins), and it should be that much less thick than a squier affinity neck.
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#10
Go to Ibanez.com and look up the model guitar you like. When you select the guitar, there is a diagram of the exact specification and measurements of the neck. down to millimeters. Good luck!
#12
I find it very comfortable. Then again I have relatively small hands. That might be it.
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#13
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It'll be like going from a log to a piece of paper.

Not really: everyone says Schecters have baseball bat necks, but I have no trouble swithing from an Ibanez to a Schecter or vice versa.
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#14
Wow the answers people give...

It depends on which model you pick up. Some of them have pretty much the same neck (C Shape back with probably a 12-14" fretboard radius), but the Wizard neck has a D shape; the middle of it it flatter than a C shape. If you have big hands, the Wizards might hurt a little bit to play. I have massive hands and they make my wrists hurt after about 15 minutes of playing....

Here's a good pic showing what I'm talking about



Fender uses the C shape, it's a pretty universal shape, everyone uses it haha
Older Gibsons and some other older guitars use the U shape (A.K.A. Baseball Bat neck)
Dean uses the Medium and Soft V Shape (My favorite)
And I'm not sure who uses the Hard V, that looks pretty uncomfortable.
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