Tom Anderson Standard: TAG's most popular neck profile is a slim, sleek silhouette with not a lot of depth change from the nut to the 12th fret. Starts off .810" thick at the first fret, and has about .06" worth of taper. It is offered in two nut widths, 1 5/8" and 1 11/16". And if you prefer the feel of a bigger neck, it is offered as the same silhouette increased in depth by +.030, +.050, +.070 or +.100 of an inch.

62 Round Back: Slightly deeper than the Tom Anderson Standard at the nut, it starts at .830" thick at the first fret, it has quite a bit of depth change (taper) from nut to 12th fret, about .125". It is offered in two nut widths—1 5/8" and 1 11/16". The 1 11/16" also has a +.020 of-an-inch deeper backshape than the 1 5/8" version.

50’s V: is a "V" backshape. It is offered in two depths, small and large and one nut width—1 5/8". The small V is .850 at the first fret and goes up to .910" at the body joint, and is a soft V. the large V is .900" at the first fret, and about .970" at the joint, and is a sharper V.

Cobra Necks: TAG has 3 neck backshapes for the shorter, 24 ¾-inch scale length, Cobra. Cobra Standard: The most popular Cobra neck backshape is a medium depth backshape for just the perfect "not too big and not too small but just right" neck. It measures about .825 at the first fret, and has .09" taper. TA CO: T/A Standard for Cobra. Same dimensions as the TA standard long scale neck. 62 Cobra: 62 Roundback, 1 11/16" silhouette for Cobra. Same size as the 1 11/16" long scale neck.