#1
The strat has a maple neck, but find it too pale for my liking. I love the worn maple look on vintage strats.

will my strat's neck look like that in the picture above, after it's been used for a quite a while?
#3
it'll go slow. my 10+ strat still looks really nice, sorry.

you can always scuff it up a bit, make it go a little faster.

i aged my squier neck, came out great...

before, the finish is different, but the neck is still new in both pics...



here the neck is stained and body is "worn"...



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#4
Just don't clean the fretboard, man. If you want it to look that way, play the sh$t out of it and make it EARN that look.