Originally Posted by Phendyr_Loon
Ok then, tie not rail.
I stand corrected.
A trial in density, mass, and resonance non the less.
Actually he knew that the wood had little to do with the sound because the pickup was a fraction of an inch from the strings. People who heard it liked the sound, but people who saw it complained. He went back and made wings for the body so it would look like a guitar and people started to like the way it sounded again.
Back to the topic, properly built maple necks have lasted decades without any problem, so there's probably not a wrong choice as long as the wood is properly dried and good construction methods are used.
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Originally Posted by DTSH
I would eat Slap-n-Pops. No question about it. :D