#1
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edge11
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#3
damn i wanted one with a hard tail and maple neck.
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#5
why? I prefer maple.
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#6
Quote by edge11
why? I prefer maple.



Maple doesn't discolor for you? I could understand a preference for a maple fretboard as it will sound different and feel different, but isn't the back of the neck finished either way, making it feel no different either way? Thus making mahogany superior as it wont discolor (at least not as noticeably).
#7
Maple necks just sound better to me but, mahogany is fine too.
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#8
wow this is a stupid debate its up to preference mahogany has a better bass sound
maple has a better mid and high sound
second it has a different feel unless it has a lacquer finish ie stains and natural satin will have different feels btwn woods
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#9
If you want a maple neck and fixed bridge, look into the V, EX, MHNT, F, and H series.
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#10
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wow this is a stupid debate its up to preference mahogany has a better bass sound
maple has a better mid and high sound
second it has a different feel unless it has a lacquer finish ie stains and natural satin will have different feels btwn woods

Wow you make it seem like we're arguing, we're not i'm just comparing opinions, how about you go back to playing your $15,000 custom razorback that mommy and daddy are going to buy for you.
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#11
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If you want a maple neck and fixed bridge, look into the V, EX, MHNT, F, and H series.

Hum, i was considering viper because its the cheapest in terms of price, but the f and h series i digg i'll try out some high end fs and hs.
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Crate V33
Jca20H
Ibanez tubescreamer ts9
Keeley ds-1