Hi All, I have a Sting and a Jaguar, and over a few months I've found that the Jag has become my preferred bass. I love them both, but the difference in necks is really quite pronounced and the Jag is just one hell of a lot easier and better for my weary left hand! After a half-hour practice session which left the hand sore and tired, I reluctantly decided to go on an expedition. I have a rule that says only two basses owned at any one time, and I'll admit to some sneaky GAS-related excitement as I trawled the local shops However, I found nothing that I liked more than good old Sting at anything like the money I'd expect to raise, so now I'm looking at a re-necking job instead. I had to get a neck for a '51 body a few years ago, and plumped for the AllParts TBMO. Nitro-finished, it was a flipping good neck and brilliant value! I also felt it was far slimmer than the Sting, but a little research has revealed that they have the same nut width. What other factors affect the thin- or thickness of a neck? The Fender website reveals that the Sting has a "thick C neck" and the Jag a "thin C neck", but that's about it. I'd swear the TBMO came about halfway between and if so it'd be a good inexpensive solution. However, my memory could just be playing tricks, so I'm hoping to tap into the collective wealth of knowledge (we seem particularly blessed in the '51 and Sting areas!). It'd be a real disappointment to order one based on unreliable recollections and basically find I'd swapped a first-class but too fat neck for something the same size or not much thinner! If anyone can help, I'd be very grateful!