#1
Okay, I understand how wood affects tone, but which wood affects it most? Is it the neck or body that makes the biggest difference? Or a mix of both? Thanks all.
#3
The main factor is the bodies wood, because that's where most of the vibrating and resonance is. But the neck wood does have an effect on the tone, especially on set neck and neck through body ones.
#4
the neck wood gives different feel, I prefer maple as it is slickand smooth. mainly though the fretboard is what the frets sit in, so maple is rock hard and kepps the frets tigh with lots of sustain.
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depends...
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