1 Pappy 2 weeks ago Aloha, folks! Brief backstory: I've been having a hell of a time with my fretting wrist playing guitar, which is why I mostly switched to ukulele. It seemed that no matter what neck angle, width, scale, or radius I grabbed, after an hour or so, my wrist would start hurting and if I played for much longer, I'd be guaranteed to hurt for days.But then I was in Chicago and found a 1963 6125 and it was definitely in need of some TLC, but the neck on it was perfect. Here I was thinking a smaller neck is where I should be looking because playing the ukulele doesn't hurt (most of the time), but this neck was pretty chunky and it felt amazing. It was beyond comfortable. I was able to play it for more than an hour and there wasn't any pain at all.But, like I said, the guitar was a bit of a beater. Someone put a hole in the back, there was glue on the binding, and the pickup seemed pretty messed up (sounded fine, though).So I'm saving for a guitar from the same era to hopefully get that same neck, just on a guitar that was taken care of a bit more.My question to you fine folks, is what year ranges should I be looking at? I seem to remember JB's '59 6120 having a very similar neck carve to mine where it wasn't very chunky at all. But Curt's Country Club neck is plenty thick so any guidance would be GREATLY appreciated!Thanks, folks!