I'm curious about the neck profile on the custom shop 1961 Les Paul SG Standard Reissue. In particular, how does it compare to a Gibson USA original collection SG Standard '61 or the V2 neck on an R0. I understand that because necks are finished by hand, there will be variation, but we can always talk about in terms of averages. Until recently I was really into the newer neck profiles on R9's. However, I don't know if it is because I've been playing with a lighter touch, but lately I've been really bonding a lot with a USA SG Standard '61 and my V2 R0 (a G0, to be precise). The neck on my SG is very marginally thinner than the one on my R0. Although the depth isn't that different, I notice a bit of a profile geometry difference. To be precise, the neck on the R0 has slightly slimmer shoulders. I'm not too crazy about the R0's with V3 necks, thats just too much for me. Gibson lists the USA SG Standard '61 as having Slim Tapered neck and the Gibson Custom 1961 Les Paul SG Reissue as having 1960 Slim Tapered necks. For those experienced with the more recent Gibson Custom SG's, would you say those necks are closer to the V2 or V3 necks on R0's, or is it something entirely different? How do they compare to the USA SG's? My local stores don't have it at the moment and I was considering ordering one to see if I like it, but would probably avoid the hassle altogether if I find it not worth it. I'm thinking of upgrading my USA SG to a custom shop SG. The thing holding me back is that I really like my USA SG, particularly its tone. I just can't make the guitar sound bad. The guitar also plays really nice. I had a 2018 Standard '61 that I didn't like and felt I had to fight with it, then I tried an original collection one and immediately loved the guitar. However, based on my Gibson Custom Les Paul experience, there are a few minor things, at least on LPs, that add up to a slightly more comfortable broken in feel of the guitar. TL;DR: How does custom shop neck profile on 1961 SG reissue compare to R0 V2 neck and USA SG Standard '61 (original collection).