I have a Lakland Standard 55-94 with a maple fingerboard (and Bartolini PUs), and I'm thinking about getting the neck replaced for one with a rosewood board. I was wondering if there are any players out there who've either owned or used both rosewood and maple fingerboarded Laklands, and if they might comment on the differences. After working with my Lakland for a while, I feel that the maple doesn't have enough of a low-end thump for my tastes. It has great mid- and upper-midrange, but I'm wondering if changing the fingerboard to rosewood might give the instrument a little more low-end warmth and depth. Thoughts, anyone?