#1
I just got a new guitar a few days ago, and it has a bird eye maple neck. Im wondering, how good is this wood? It feels awesome to play on, the guitar was expensive so im guessing this is some top class wood i have on it.

So how does bid eye maple necks compare to other woods.
Guitar: Cort G290
Amp: Laney LX65R
Pedal: Korg AX3G Multi-Effect
#3
I've heard that special maple like birds eye/quilt/flammed maple will give a slightly brighter tone than regular plain maple but even if that's the case I doubt it would be noticable if it's just the neck wood anyway.
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#4
^ it's the opposite, i thought... plain maple is harder and brighter.
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#5
it probably has some tonal difference but i doubt its big enough for anyone to tell the difference, ppl keep forgetting its mostly the amps that gives u the tone,