Good morning all. I have a question to pose to those experienced luthiers here. It's regarding the aging of wood to be used to construct a solid-body bass. If one is using kiln-dried wood purchased from a lumber yard to contruct the neck, wings, and finger board, how critical is it that the wood also be air aged for years as well? Other than acclimating the wood to the relative humidity of one's work area, how much more stable will 10 year old lumber be than lumber recently purchased? I have some African mahogany that I purchased a year ago for the body wings, but the top is going to be birdseye maple I just purchased, along with a piece of purpleheart for the finger board, and the neck will be a laminate of maple (again recently purchased) and either recent sipo mahogany or walnut (air dried in a barn for 2 years). Your advice is very welcome as I have no desire to build an instrument that will warp on me. Thanks and have a great day.