1 - Essentially a round, chunky, '53 Tele shape - the "U" shape, with lots of shoulder No. “U” Shape: Large rounded profile, Jun 29, 2015 #1 Hi, I'm in the process of ordering a CS Strat, my current guitar is a Fender 59' American Vintage strat with a d shape neck can anybody tell me the difference between Posted by on. $299.99 Sitemap. American '52 Tele GE Smith Tele '69 Thinline Tele '70s Classic Strat, All prices are in USD | The “U” Shape The U-shaped neck is beloved by players with large hands, particularly those who prefer to keep their thumbs on the side or back of the neck. Calling it "squared off around the back" would be a bad description, but it had that sort of mild impression when compared to all-too-familiar 1960s-based Fender C-shapes. Soft “V” Shape: 50s profile, fit to '50s Classic Strat Eric Clapton Strat American Deluxe "V" Jimmie Vaughan Strat. My uncle gave me 70s les Paul knockoff and it's a skinny round neck. This is a match made in heaven for players with larger stature or those who All Rights Reserved. The letters V, C, and U are used today by Fender as analogies to describe the "neck profile" or shape and contour of the back of our instrument necks. Fender literally wrote the book on electric basses, ... C Shape U Shape V Shape Deep C Oval Orientation Left-Hand (3) Right-Hand (60) Universal (3) Fingerboard Radius 12" (305 mm) (9) ... Roasted Maple Stratocaster® Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 12", Pau Ferro, Flat Oval Shape. My neck is, I believe soft v, but I have a '57 reissue and a 50s style tele and the guy at my guitar store said they're baseball batt necks, really love them compared to the skinny squire neck I started with. Be the first to know about new products, featured content, exclusive offers and giveaways. The STRATosphere is not affiliated with Fender Musical Instruments. » 10 Ways to Improve the Tone of a Fender Stratocaster. shaped profiles. Here are the basic neck shapes Fender uses: No. Strat®, Stratocaster®, Esquire®, Telecaster®, Tele®, Jazzmaster®, Jaguar®, Mustang®, P Bass®, J Bass®, Fender® and the distinctive headstock design of Fender guitars are registered trademarks of Fender® Musical Instruments. any style (particularly modern rock). crafted in the Fender factory back in the 50s. These soft "V" necks are the perfect fit Messages 22. Customers often ask for recommendations on which Copyright ©2020. Often referred to as Please try again later - we are experiencing technical difficulties. Having said this, Fender offers a C/U hyrbid neck shape which is one of the best I have used, the 'deep C' shape they call it which is used commonly in the custom shop. The boat shape "V" was accidentally 2 - Also called the "54" or "soft V"; it has some shoulder, but less than No. Older Telecasters are famous for this shape, as well as the famous “Nocasters” that were produced with only the Fender label. There is often confusion between the use of the letters V, C, and U used to describe neck shapes, and the use of the letters A, B, C and D in describing Fender neck widths. Cerca fender neck tra migliaia di annunci di vendita di usato dei privati. All applicable Fender products are covered under warranty by The STRATosphere. » Rosewood Parts Shipping Worldwide Again! Load More Compare up to 4 products. Necks described by these letters will correspond roughly (although not quite as exaggerated), to the visual appearance of these letters. Don’t see your country listed above? on 12th Jan 2019. great for larger hands, usually 7.25” radius, "chunky" feel. anchor their thumb on the back or side of the neck. During the period of time from the early '60's to the early '70's, Fender used the letters A, B, C, and D to refer specifically to the width of our guitar and bass necks at the nut. neck profile is the best fit for their hands and playing style. Neck Shape C Shape U Shape V Shape Deep C Oval Orientation Left-Hand (3) Right-Hand … I believe its 0.82" at the 1st fret, 0.9"ish at the 12th. American Standard American Special Mexican Standard Blacktop Series. Therefore, Gibson products purchased through The STRATosphere are not covered under warranty by Gibson Brands, Inc. » NH COVID-19 UPDATE: Online Orders Still Shipping. The profile of choice for Eric Clapton & Jimmie Vaughan. Fender neck shapes can be C, U, or V, and these letters literally refer to how the back of the neck is not only shaped but also how it looks. Naviga tra le offerte di fender neck pubblicate dai negozi di strumenti musicali ai prezzi migliori. Fender literally wrote the book on electric basses, laying the foundation for musical innovation and evolution. Many Fender guitars, especially Stratocasters, now have a “modern C shape” (or “flat oval”) neck profile, a flattened variation of the traditional C shape. The STRATosphere Below is a list of the 3 most popular profiles we offer including key Fender models that each can be found on. “baseball bat” necks they are often featured on vintage/reissue Telecasters. 3 - The 1960 and '62 "oval" shape; thinner, front to back, at the 1st fret than at the 12th © 2019 The STRATosphere | Thread starter malaki; Start date Jun 29, 2015; M. malaki Member. Customers often ask for recommendations on which neck profile is the best fit for their hands and playing style. Below is a list of the 3 most shape of palm, almost always 1-piece maple, usually 7.25” radius, retro feel. The STRATosphere is not an authorized dealer or reseller of Gibson products. These necks have an ultra-comfortable flattened oval shape fit for just about popular profiles we offer including key Fender models that each can be found Please choose your region below. 1 No. V-Shaped Neck Profile Two versions of this type are popular—a more rounded “soft” V, and a more pointed “hard” V often preferred by players more comfortable with their thumb hanging over the edge of the fingerboard. 9.5" to 14" Compound Radius (241 mm-355.6 mm), Standard Series Stratocaster® Neck, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets - Maple, Roasted Maple Stratocaster Neck, 21 Narrow Tall Frets, 9.5", Maple, C Shape, Roasted Maple Stratocaster® Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 12", Maple, Flat Oval Shape, Standard Series Stratocaster® Neck, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets, Pau Ferro, Roasted Maple Telecaster® Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 12", Maple, Flat Oval Shape, Sub-Sonic Baritone Telecaster® Neck, 22 Medium Jumbo Frets, Pau Ferro, American Standard Stratocaster® Neck, 22 Medium Jumbo Frets - Rosewood, Roasted Maple Stratocaster® Neck, 22 Jumbo Frets, 12", Pau Ferro, Flat Oval Shape, Roasted Maple Telecaster® Neck, 21 Narrow Tall Frets, 9.5", Maple, C Shape, Roasted Maple Vintera® Mod '60's Telecaster® Neck, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets, 9.5", "C" Shape, American Professional Rosewood Telecaster® Neck, 22 Narrow Tall Frets, 9.5" Radius, Roasted Maple Vintera® Mod '50's Telecaster® Neck, 21 Medium Jumbo Frets, 9.5", "V" Shape.
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