I recently got the chance to purchase a very early JO US Lakland (no. 107). A truly amazing jazz bass that actually feels and sounds almost identical to my 1962 Jazz Bass. Anyway, the thing is that looking at the wood on the fingerboard, I noticed it was very "thick" and solid, meaning it had very few pores, just like the Brazilian RW used on Fender or on my PreCBS P. Brazilian RW has much fewer pores per square inch than Indian RW. Then I got out my 2006 US Decade and a more recent Precision for comparison (both having Indian RW fretboards), and I noticed how the rosewood on those had definitively at least twice as many pores as the early JO. My question is, did Lakland use brazilian RW in the early production on JO? Thanks!!