That will come down to what the exact radius of the bridge you are planning to use. Even then it usually comes down to a preference call.Would I pay extra to have that style drilled? Would I need to order a non-compound radius fretboard?
Old LPs and Gibsons usually have a low and wide fret. For that 6130 is your ticket. I do not know what is on a McCarty though.1. Fret wire. The best frets I've ever played on, besides really played-in old LPs and old Martin and Gibson acoustics, are PRS McCartys. What fret wire is gonna get me closest to that and farthest from a Jackson feel?
1960's LP slim taper would be mostly like the Warmoth Standard Thin. Do not know on the PRS.2. Neck Shapes. Which neck shape most closely approximates a) 1960s LP, and b) PRS wide-fat neck carve. I'm aware these are different.
Yes, the bolt on is likley the biggest reason. There's lots of discussion around this board about it, but it comes down to perception. When you actually build one from Warmoth, then it all comes down to reality... and it's :sign13: :headbang1:3. Personal curiosity: Why are there so few people building Gibson-inspired guitars here? Or PRS-inspired? Is it the bolt-on neck thing that makes Gibson fans less likely to make their own?