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    Gibson LP - Different Necks?

    So anyone know what they are talking about when they describe LP's as having a 60's style neck or a 70's style neck etc.? (I probably dont have the terms right).

    What are the various necks for the different eras?


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    Hi,

    50's neck is the fattest, 60's are thinner

    I hope that helps.

    Having said that 57 is the fattest, 58 thinner, 59 even thinner, 60 thinner than that etc.

    At least that is true with my Historics

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    Thanks!

    For the reply...that makes sense...I see them on EBAY playing up the 60's neck style which for some means easier to play.

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