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fatstrat
post Feb 19 2008, 03:36 AM
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I've only owned two kinds of guitars (PRS and Fender)....just seeing what everybody else has played and what they thought had the fastest neck?



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post Feb 19 2008, 03:38 AM
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Ibanez Wizard neck...#1 fastest neck out there.


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post Feb 19 2008, 04:15 AM
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This is a great question. Imho, I think it really depends on the player and how you like to express yourself while playing. Also, the size of your hand and the length of your fingers. I like a "C" shaped neck, can't play on a "V" shaped old fender neck. It is just more comfortable for me. I can play on a thin Ibanez neck ("Flat" and thin) but not for a long time. Feels fast, but I get what I call "Crab Claw”. Hand starts to hurt between the web of my index finger and thumb.

What’s fast for one (or good) isn't always good for the other when it comes to a neck.

Imho.


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post Feb 19 2008, 09:29 AM
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I don't care, I'm the bottleneck anyway.


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