Electric Guitar with Wide Neck?

by kevin
(michigan)

Are there any electric guitars with wider fretboards, if so then what kind?

ANSWER

Hi, Kevin--

The widest necks are on Paul Reed Smith wide neck guitar. You can choose from a wide fat neck or a wide thin neck configuration. These guitars are excellent but tend to be a little pricey.

Another option would be to buy a neck that you like and have it bolted on to your guitar.

Best Wishes,
Lynne

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