Hi all, quick bit of advice needed if you'd be so kind I built headless bass a few months ago and used a headless 24 fret maple neck with rosewood fingerboard from a bass I bought of the bay. The bass has a mahogany core with poplar wings and is bolt on. it has a set of humbucker pickups in a position fairly close to the sadowsky modern basses pickup location, like a jazz but shunted closer to the bridge respectively. Either way I know those wood combos will not make a snappy bright bass but in another thread someone suggested getting a stiffer neck to help the tonal stability. The current neck is rather susceptible to movement and the truss rod is almost maxed out. without the strings at proper tension the neck moves, it's a balancing act between strings and truss rod as the neck wood itself has little stability, as far as I can tell. So my question is: Will getting a replacement 24 fret neck (probably with a rosewood fingerboard) from a different bass, improve my tone due to it's greater stability? or will I not notice very much difference at all? Thanks guys for helping a noobish builder improve on his first real build.