I've been hanging with my latest SSLVO, and after getting round to setting it up with a fret level and dress, and a new set of strings and adjusting the truss rod, I've been able to do some A/B-ing against my sturdy 6120-60. The new the SSLVO had a V neck and 9" fretboard, but something else felt very different so out came the caliper. The 6120-60 (1997) has a 43.5mm nut (1.7") with a 36.3mm string spread. The neck at the 5th fret is 48.4mm, and at the 12th it's 53.2mm The SSLVO (2008) has a 42.2mm nut with a 36.1mm spread, but the at 5th fret the neck is 47.2 and the twelfth is 52.5mm As you can see there's hardly anything in it, but the SSLVO feels really skinny in comparison, more that might be accountable to the different radius fretboard and neck profile. Gotta say, I prefer the slightly wider flatter C neck to the soft V. YMMV. I feel like I have to "work" the SSLVO, whereas the 60 almost plays itself, it's that smooth. On another topic, I also also A/B'd the new 1meg MV pot I put in the 6120-60, vs the 500k in the SSLVO, bearing in mind the classic should be pretty much the same in both guitars. I'd suggest trying the 1meg pot; it's like night and day, kind of like having a "more" switch. Bolder, louder, thicker and all round improvement.