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    Cutlass Neck Profile

    Hello! I prefer a thin neck profile. Thinner than what is referred to a modern C. Think wizard. I am sorry to use descriptive words used by other manufacturers. Anyway, I have turned into a lover of 24" scale guitars and am excited about the Sterling Cutlass short scale. I wasn't sure if anyone has an idea of the neck profile? There are none within a 100 mile radius for me to test drive. I have owned a full-size Cutlass and it was divine. I apologize for asking about a Sterling on the EBMM forum but I didn't see a forum regarding Sterling. Thank you.

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    The Hunter Hayes Cutlass has a thinner neck than the usual Cutlass, so it is closer to a Wizard neck. The standard Cutlass has a soft V-shape down by the headstock and gradually becomes a C-shape as you go up the neck. That being said, it is still a thinner neck than what most think of with the usual C-shape. Hope that helps.
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    Thank you so much for that insight!

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