#1
I just have one simple question:

Recently, I have been contemplating on buying an American Standard Strat, because I always wanted a "good" strat and I've always been a fan of the strat feel.

But, due to my curiosity, I have been wondering:

What is the difference of choosing between a maple neck or rosewood neck?

I guessed it has something to do with the tone, but I have no idea the difference in the tones between the two woods, so I would be great and much appreciated if someone would tell me. Thanks in advance.
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#3
There really isn't much difference, but rosewood is supposedly a little darker/warmer.
#4
rose wood has a warm sound and maple bright as said before the tone diffrence is so small just by one that appeals must to your eyes
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