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  • The neck is as thick as most historics, but without the shoulders - like a soft vee. Very comfortable and fits nicely in the palm. No issues that I would be aware of - though I do like the MojoAxe compensated tailpiece because it works like the original, only intonated - no moving parts other than the set screw adjustments for the posts. I'm very happy with my R5!
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    Hello and thanks for the info about Les Paul standard 55 Refin 2010

    What is the issue of the neck ?

    Is the neck to chunky / Baseball bat ?

    Or are there other issues that i should now about ?

    Grateful for answer, i will look at it tomorrow


    Maybe I misunderstood you, are you happy with the guitar?
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