Caparison necks comparable to any other guitar necks?

Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by JacksonKE2Shred, Nov 21, 2009.

  1. rob_l

    rob_l SS.org Regular

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    Being a current owner of loads of most makers I dont get too terribly stuck on profiles unless they are just profoundly uncomfortable or awkward.

    The Horus has the the thickest of the bolt-on necks, but it's very comfortable.

    The Applehorn is the thinnest of them all.

    Even though I have a lot of Jackson and Caparaison - I dont think it's fair to compare them really. They're so different in so many other ways that may affect playability for you. Its always a crap shoot.. :) :lol:
     
  2. GodBlessTexas

    GodBlessTexas Ibanez Junky

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    I'm an Ibanez guy, and I found it amazing how good the neck on my Caparison Horus felt. It is a bit D shaped, but it feels really, really comfortable. Being used to playing Wizard necks, I didn't find it awkward at all. If I didn't have to sell mine, I wouldn't.
     

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