So I went to the Summer Guitar Sessions Program at Berklee College of Music this year, and during it there was a clinic on guitar building from Robert Godin, the founder of Godin guitars. At one point, he got to talking about different types of neck joints (set, neck-thru, and bolt-on). Now, in my experiences, bolt-on is generally seen as the least desirable and neck-thru as the most desirable. However, Godin claimed the opposite. He said that neck-thru construction didn't allow for the same vibrations. He seemed to know his ****, but who knows if he was just plugging his company? Does anyone know if there's any truth to this?