A little meatier than Standard Thin on the thumb side (I'm guessing, matches 59), and a little thinner (I'm guessing, matches Standard Thin) on the finger side. Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape. Some places say .835 to 910 On the neck buyer it says .850 to .940 Anyone have a definitive answer on this? If you watch the listing, we'll notify you if it becomes available again. Logged The Aaron ... That’s the graph that comes up when I google Warmoth neck profiles and hit images. No fret wear on the 22 Stainless Steel 6105 frets. I went with a Wolfgang profile. Thats how all the profiles from Warmoth compare. This is a Warmoth Roasted Maple Stratocaster neck. Gibson scale 24.75 1 5/8" nut. Your purchases help youth music programs get the gear they need to make music. This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. I’m seeing different neck thicknesses for the Clapton profile. Wow! It is quite a fossil! By clicking Subscribe, I agree to the processing of my data in order to receive emails. Black tusq nut. Otherwise, agree the 59 will work for you. Please check the fields highlighted in red. ). 22 SS6150 medium jumbo stainless steel frets. Eastern hard rock maple back shaft. http://www.warmoth.com/Guitar/Necks/BackContours.aspx, http://rs117.pbsrc.com/albums/o47/ANDREW_SHOULD_DIE/WarmothNeckProfiles-1.jpg?w=480&h=480&fit=clip. It has a 10-16 compound radius rosewood fretboard. I've never used an asymmetrical profile before and find I really like it. I am a thumb over the neck kinda guy, but I also do bar chords, and I am liking the SRV the most right now. Winkinson kluson style tuners. Your purchases also help protect forests, including trees traditionally used to make instruments. Unfortunately, not much can be done about it. Modern Truss Rod. Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by flying, May 31, 2005. I also have a Warmoth fatback and holy hell that's a great profile too - but opposite end of the spectrum from what you're looking for. May 31, 2005 #1. flying Tele-Meister. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging. Anyone try the Clapton profile back from Warmoth? One scratch on the back of headstock, otherwise mint. Win a Broadcaster or one of 3 Teles! The neck is a Warmoth Clapton profile vintage modern neck. Some people feel the rain, others just get wet. The Warmoth Clapton profile that is on my '52 reissue tele is just about the sweetest neck I've ever played. The clapton really has a V to it. The clapton has such a V that bar chords feel uncomfortable. Posts: 354. Logged The Aaron. I'm kinda like'n that .835" to .915" spec! Warmoth, Strat, Clapton Neck Profile, Duncan & Dimarzio - $600 (New Port Richey) < image 1 of 12 > QR Code Link to This Post. Joined: Jul 2, 2003. Stratocaster, Black, Alder Body, Forearm Contour but No Belly Contour, Flat in back. I don’t know if y’all can change that. (You must log in or sign up to reply here. Local music shops & gear makers are open online and ready to ship your dream gear. Playing a cowboy chord feels like the 15th fret on … I have one like this on a '55 hardtail replica-think Ron Wood. Find everything you need to make music. TDPRI, short for Telecaster Discussion Page Reissue, is the leading online community and marketplace for Telecaster guitars. To enter. Oops, looks like you forgot something. Try one out, because most folks either love it or really hate it. I know it ain't happening, but I'd sure like to try a Clapton soft-vee like that. My JM neck is just a tad too meaty, maybe the old necks had just a little less "V". Excellent condition. Tusq xl nut, 1 11/16 nut width. As fat as it felt picking it up by itself, it's even bigger mounted and strung up. That last statement is what I wanted to hear. The SRV is thicker, and more subtle. The annual Supporting Member Giveaway is on. The finish on the neck is like butter. Tremolo by Bladerunner, Dimarzio HS-3 in the Bridge, Seymour Duncan SSL5 In the Neck and Middle. I don't know what you mean by "newer" JV necks; the only one I've played was a 2004. I built a Warmoth Tele last summer. Made and Finished by Warmoth, in USA. I’m seeing different neck thicknesses for the Clapton profile. Where in the world did you dig that up? Both truss rod adjusters work perfectly. Admin Post Oh my word. Warmoth Clapton profile Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by flying, May 31, 2005. So I haven't played the Warmoth wizard profile, but it's close to the standard thin and those are fantastic .I have two of them and they're thin without being too thin for my taste. Neck is also made by Warmoth, 1 11/16 Nut Width, Maple with Dark Indian Rosewood Fretboard, Mother of Pearl Dots, Clapton Neck Profile, Stainless Steel 6150 Medium Jumbo Frets, 10" Radius Fretboard. Warmoth/USA One-Piece Flamed-Maple Strat Neck, Clapton/Soft-V Profile, Sperzel Locking Tuners. I am wondering how close it is to the newer JV strat necks. In comparing them to Fender orginals, you'd have to special order a custom 9.5 radius and get vintage fret wire. Have not played a Wolf.