#3
its 3 pieces glued together, probably like 2 maple peices and a mahogany stripe, like a Fender neck normally is.
#6
Quote by qotsa1998
its 3 pieces glued together, probably like 2 maple peices and a mahogany stripe, like a Fender neck normally is.


No. Fender necks (with a maple fretboard) are one piece maple with a skunk stripe. That's where they insert the truss rod, and cover the hole with a piece of wood.
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#8
It could just be 3 blanks of the same wood glued together to decrease warping. Or it might have two blanks of one wood glued to the sides of a center blank for the same reasons. Its just like 5 piece necks and the like.
Now if there were 3 different woods on a three piece, I would be skeptical of the quality