Thank you. Feels typical 60 to me. From memory it's .82" at the first. But it doesn't bother me in the slightest. The neck is wide, and I have tall frets on it. The PAF's are medium hot (8.2-8.4) and the whole rings out wildly.Beautiful - 59 'appointments' too! Transition neck profile?
Nope, haven't played a reissue. The only reissue 335 that I have is one of the Clapton cherry red ones with the Hare Krishna stamp sticker on the back of the headstock that Guitar Center did several years ago. Clapton signed the orange labels pasted inside the f-hole.Mike; Have you had a chance to try a `64 reissue to your real `64? I have one that I got last May/June. Swapped out the bridge for one with brass saddles and installed a set of Pat.# pickups from a `65 SG inplace of the Custombuckers.
Thanks, it almost had to be a 64 because the 50s vintages are too much and I wanted a good size neck. Incredible guitar, looks just like the one in your avatarBeautiful 64.
If you're only going to have one, a cherry stop tail 64 is just about perfect (and I'm not interested in the Clapton Albert Hall connection).
My avatar 64 is a dead ringer for yours and is still the one I'd save from a fire! Got it in 1989 and it was my only vintage guitar , and my gigging guitar for years too.