I have a bass with an unfinished rosewood fingerboard. The bass has a hardshell case, which carries a very strong musky odour to it. Now I have the case locked, empty, and filled with baking soda that will remain in there for a couple more days. The bass is sitting out in the open and on a guitar stand, and has been for the last week. I used some Murphy's oil soap on the finished wood and the smell is gone from those areas, but the rosewood fingerboard still smells. I have a bad feeling that the stench has seeped into the raw wood by a substantial amount. I've either read bad or good things about lemon, mineral, or linseed oils - it varies strongly from person to person. I've always been kind of on the "leave it alone" side of the coin, but I need to do something to get rid of this smell. Anyone know of anything I can do to get rid of the odour?