#1
I'm getting a new strat neck on Warmoth for Christmas, and I was wondering if I should go for Birdseye Maple or Quartersawn?

The specs so far are:

Rosewood board
Dunlop 6105 frets
22 frets
10"-16" compound radius
Graphtec Graphite 1 5/8" nut
Standard Thin profile
#2
i have this same question

what will stand up to high gauge strings
and stress in general

because my current neck is warped
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#3
Well, the only reason you'd buy Birdseye is cos it looks nicer. I personally think it's unnecessary.

Quartersawn is more stable. Birdseye is known to be a bit soft and needs reinforcement.
#5
^good choice.

I still don't understand why anybody would sacrifice stability for looks. What good is a guitar if the neck has warped and twisted. I don't care how good it looks, guitars are meant to be played.

As and added note, if you get American or Canadian rock maple it will give you the same punchy tone that birds eye does. Bigleaf and silver leaf are much lighter weight which can be more comfortable to play but they lack the punch.
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