would a 1 3/4" sg be neck heavy?

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  1. Arlabester

    Arlabester Active Member

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    well i might finally be able to get an sg. i think im going to build an SG instead of a custom design. do you guys think a 1 3/4" body and a 25.5" scale length neck sg would be neck heavy?
     
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    lol...
    you totally have no idea of what you want.
     
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    [quote author=mr_dj07 link=topic=17751.msg218628#msg218628 date=1219604684]
    lol...
    you totally have no idea of what you want.
    [/quote]i have everything except the bridge and body.
     
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    Lessee...a SG is about 3/4" thick and you want 1 3/4" thick. I doubt if a LP or even an Epi Genesis is that thick and even if you could find/afford a piece of mahog that thick the weight would be unruly.
     
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    [quote author=TNT link=topic=17751.msg218630#msg218630 date=1219605967]
    Lessee...a SG is about 3/4" thick and you want 1 3/4" thick. I doubt if a LP or even an Epi Genesis is that thick and even if you could find/afford a piece of mahog that thick the weight would be unruly.
    [/quote]4-Bolt Strat® Compatible Neck Pocket
    25-1/2" scale length
    1-3/4" Thick Solid Construction (Standard)
    1-1/2" Thick Solid Construction + $35.00
    For use with or without pickguard
    Pickup and Bridge Routing Options

    theres the warmoth sg construction.
     

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