by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  January 26, 2023

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A c-shaped guitar neck is a type of guitar neck shape where the side profile of the neck is curved, usually in the shape of a letter ‘C’. This design offers more comfortable access to the higher frets due to the shallower depth of the curved neck compared to standard flat-shaped guitar necks. The ‘C’ shape is popular among electric guitar players, as well as jazz, blues and rock musicians.

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