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It's realy cool to see something different and that V certainly is. But when looking at the neck I do wonder, is it that thin? And isn't there a limit for thickness (like too thin to be ergonomic correct)?
greetz from belgium

Thomas ~ The only universal rule for ergonomics is...whatever feels good to each individual person. Some people prefer a thin neck, others prefer a (deep) thick neck. Neither neck shape is better. This is why I've developed the various neck profiles, to help the different styles of players. Thanks for your question!

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Rick Toone

Neck Profiles

Tuning Systems

  • NUT

    Intonation adjustable.


    Ultimate tone and sustain.


    Precise headless tuning.