Hey everybody. To the point-I have just received a beautifull Burl Myrtle top from Gallery Hardwoods that I plan to have sit atop a rather nice Santos Mahogany body blank and neck(also Gallery supplied). I'm looking for a crossover in grain and color that is subtle in character for the fingerboard.I'd like it to be a tie in between the pale cloudy Burl Myrtle and the rich warmth of the Santos Mahogany. -Ebony is striking yet predictable.It matches the pickup... -Brazilian Tulipwood or Kingwood I think would look great in different ways,but I'm trying not to chop down too many rare trees. -A blonder example of Morado also intrigues me if you know the type.Hogue has some nice examples for their handgun grips,as well as darker examples.Woodworkers Source also displays an example in the blond color range. Oh Well,I asked for suggestions. Thank you in advance for your participation.