What is the best guitar neck profile?
The oval c-shape guitar neck is a comfortable shape for all playing styles unless you have large hands. In fact, the c-shape is the most common type of guitar neck shape. It’s nearly flat and highly comfortable to play.
Which fender has the thinnest neck?
Finding an instrument that you feel comfortable with is far more essential, and when it comes to comfort and feel, the profile of the guitar neck is critical. The electric guitar with the thinnest neck is likely the Fender American Professional’s Kurt Cobain Jaguar or its slightly cheaper cousin, the Mustang.
What is a neck profile?
The term “neck profile” refers to the shape of the back of a guitar neck in cross section, and it’s often used interchangeably with the term “back shape.” You can also refer to it simply as “neck shape,” although there are other important neck measurements with which “neck profile” shouldn’t be confused (i.e., neck …
What is a modern C neck profile?
Modern “C” Shape: Thin profile, easy/fast playing, usually 9.5” radius, the Fender gold standard for the past 25 years. These necks have an ultra-comfortable flattened oval shape fit for just about any style (particularly modern rock). They are not cut as deep as “U” or “V” shaped profiles.
What’s the shape of a Fender neck profile?
These necks have an ultra-comfortable flattened oval shape fit for just about any style (particularly modern rock). They are not cut as deep as “U” or “V” shaped profiles. American Standard American Special Mexican Standard Blacktop Series
What’s the shape of the new Fender Mod Shop neck?
In addition to the easy playability of the “C-to-D” profile and 9.5″ fingerboard radius, the new Mod Shop neck also features a truss rod adjustment at the top of the neck, as found in the American Standard Series and American Professional Series.
How big is the C neck on a Fender Stratocaster?
Location: Santa Ynez Valley, CA. The “modern C” is most likely the 9.5″ radius C neck used on the current American Standards. A “C” shaped neck thai is not “modern” could refer to any number of C shaped necks – typically a 7.5″ radius – for example on a ’60s Custom Shop Stratocaster usually called vintage radius.
What’s the difference between vintage and modern Fender necks?
So modern vs vintage is one difference. The dimensions or feel/girth, taper, etc could vary and still be a C neck as for example on a Custom Shop ’65 Strat which is often referred to as a large C. The radius could also vary although this is typically a special order as on the “Wildwood 10″ Stratocasters that are C necks with a 10” radius.