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Answer To MIJ Edwards "Nut Width"

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In a couple of threads people were trying to find out the Nut Width on the MIJ Edwards (LP Type) guitars.

 

Well, earlier today I sent an email to the seller in Japan and asked that question.

 

Got a reply back, and he said the width was 4.5 CM. If that is accurate the width is pretty wide, as that would equate to 1.772", or 45 MM.

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Originally posted by OldFenderGuy

In a couple of threads people were trying to find out the Nut Width on the MIJ Edwards (LP Type) guitars.


Well, earlier today I sent an email to the seller in Japan and asked that question.


Got a reply back, and he said the width was 4.5 CM. If that is accurate the width is pretty wide, as that would equate to 1.772", or 45 MM.

 

 

 

Wow...that's very big.

 

 

I really wanted an Edwards until I heard that. Les Paul necks should be pretty narrow...my Les Paul neck has 1 11/16"..actually I think it's a few mm less...it's fairly narrow.

 

 

Actually that's larger than those big flat USA Jackson necks....

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Originally posted by Untitled

I measured mine at 43mm

 

That would seem to make more sense, since most Gibsons, and Fender USA products have a nut width of 1 11/16", or commonly referred to as 43mm...

 

The Japanese Edwards I was looking at is suppose to be an "almost identical" clone of the '59 Gibson LP, so I would assume that the neck and nut width/string spacing would be about the same.

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