As the title says, I'm looking to learn about Gretsch neck sizes and shapes over the classic catalog of guitars and I'd love to learn the iconic shapes that are defined by certain year designations. It really annoys me that manufactures don't list the specs a certain neck shape is on a model (with a little caveat that they might be +/- a little bit) but instead just call it a "standard C" or "standard U" shape which is totally unhelpful unless you've tried the neck before. As a Gibson guy i'm used to it being pretty straight forward so I'm hoping this will be similar. With Gibson you've got the 52-57 reissue necks being the biggest and they get progressively smaller and less round as the years go on. 58, 59 and 60 neck shapes are iconic and well known and it's easy to gauge which neck size is probably right for you. On the other hand with Gretsch, I bought my Falcon without a clue on the size of the neck (there's zero info online about the size) and it's very skinny and wide feeling vs what I'm used to. Certainly nothing I can't get acclimated to but as a guitar made to be like a late 50's model I would have guessed it would have had a thicker neck. At first glance it's closest to my 64ri Gibson's neck but the Falcon feels noticeably wider. The 345 is about .84 at the first fret but it goes up to about 1" at the 12th while the Falcon feels like it barely gets bigger. Is that typical with Gretsch? Which models / years have the biggest necks? Skinniest necks? Are there any general statements that can be made about Gretsch neck sizes on specific models/years like with Gibson? Appreciate the help!