I still think it's a bad idea... If you don't like the neck on a guitar, sell it to someone who does, and buy what you want. Gibson SG necks are all fast and comfortable. Don't ruin yours by trying to turn it into something that it's not... that's my suggestion. Honor it for what it is, and play it the way it was designed. SGs are the best. I'm a person who is certain that the human hand can play any instrument from a mandolin or ukulele to a double bass, with no problems. I'm certain that the human hand can do this because I've seen it done. I play guitar and bass myself, and many of my friends play all these instruments at will, one after another. Guitar, violin, Mandolin, banjo, bass, dulcimer... we just play them all with no problems. This is just my opinion of course, but I can't understand why someone would object so fiercely to a difference of a few millimeters of wood. I own four electric guitars now, and three acoustics, and they all have different necks. *shrugs I never think about that, I just play them. But I'm obviously in the minority on a guitar forum, because a lot of forum posts are devoted to obsessive-seeming discussions of neck shapes. My contribution to a discussion like that is to say that if you keep your thumb behind the neck, then the shape becomes unimportant, AND the size of your hand becomes unimportant... and your fingers can reach as far or near as they need to, whether your hand is large or small, and whether your guitar neck is thinner or thicker. *shrugs... ...that's just my experience. This opinion always seems very unpopular. So I offer it while admitting this. You may find many others who will agree with you. That's okay with me. I just write what I think, and nobody has to agree. AND... it's your guitar. Nothing that I have to say will change that. You get to make up your own mind, like we all do. And others on this thread get to make up theirs. Sometimes when I write posts like this, I'm thinking of the OP as well as others who may be looking for opinions, so they can make up their own minds too. No offense is ever intended.