SO, here's the deal. Love guitar, but stopped playing for some time. In that time, played a lot of classical guitar. Started to sound really nice, and the fat neck is pretty comfy. Bought a new guitar, tuned it to P4ths with 0.10s, and started studying some noob jazz. I actually can't play the guitar! I can actually isolate the problem. It's chord playing with the narrow string spacing and smaller neck. I can play leads all day long, but in MINUTES playing chords my hand is messed up, and if i pick in my classical I can play again, without pain. And I'm not playing some wide voiced chords or something like that (mainly block chords with 4 notes) It's so bad that said guitar is actually for sale, after maybe 2 weeks The playing position is not a problem (I guess), since I play the electric in exactly the same position as the classical. I got similar problem when I tried to play ukulele (with that stupid small neck). My wrist is not perfect. Messed it up a few times as a child, so it used to hurt sometimes. After some gym workouts (still go everyday) everything is fine, except small neck instrument playing. And I got fairly small hands also Anyone got the same problem? I'm not built for electric playing at all? Or maybe if I play with some 0.08s with a fairly low action might help a bit? I can always try that, but if I will always be in pain (even if lower ammount), I prefer to just play classical. Sorry for the long text, and I don't even know if the best place for posting is here. Feel free to move if needed.