These are the ultimate workingman's Les Pauls. Great playing guitars and best bang-for-your-buck, period! Beautiful!
However, the Goldtop/Darkbacks that had the 50s neck were the Traditional Pro IIs that were offered from 2012-2014. The original Traditional Pro (Series I) Goldtop/Darkback that was offered from 2010-2011 only had the 60s neck (and was limited to 200 2010s and 400 2011s). Since you said it was a 2011, it would have the 60s slim neck. The photos support this: the 2012+ Traditional Pro II / III / IV / V versions all had the pull-boost feature which meant they had a battery compartment on the control cavity plate in the back. The 2010-2011 Traditional Pro (I) version did not. The photos above don't have that, which would be correct for a 2010-2011.
Just an update, the guitar definitely had the 60’s neck and not the 50’s neck as advertised. A 2011 Pro and not the Pro II.
The guitar was returned. A beautiful guitar though, and in like new condition. Someone will end up with this very nice guitar.