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This is the traditional Fender neck
wood. Dense, hard and strong, offering great sustain and stability. The tone is bright. Maple must be
finished to protect from warping We use flat sawn maple though quarter sawn may be available at an additional cost.
*Used for both necks and fretboards
Generally this wood is used as an
accent line in laminated necks. The purple like color is striking. A very hard dense wood. Similar to
Bubinga in its good bass tone. A specialty wood that can be used for necks and fretboards.
A black hard wood with chocolate
brown stripes. Very hard, coarser textured wood with open grain. This wood makes awesome bass necks
with strong midrange tones and warm lows. Combine it with an ebony fretboard for more brightness.
Used primarily as Neck shafts but may also be used as a coarse fretboard. This wood is usually played
raw. No Finish required.
A very strong stiff wood used
primarily for bass necks and in laminations. Used by Rickenbacker for fretboards. As a bass neck,
it brings bright midrange and a thick well defined bottom.
This is black ebony. Very hard, smooth
and fast feeling that has a bright, long sustaining tone. Chocolate brown or dark gray streaks are not
uncommon. Available primarily as fretboards and occasionally for full neck construction.
Relatively new as a fretboard wood
but very well suited to this purpose. Very smooth texture similar to ebony. Tonally brighter than rosewood
but not as bright as ebony. Color varies from light tan to a darker coffee color. Usually quarter sawn to
show nice striping. Primarily a fretboard wood though occasionally available for necks as well.
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