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Ovangkol+Wenge neck

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Bassdude15, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. Bassdude15


    Feb 26, 2013
    I know that separately ovangkol and wenge are 2 of the most popular high-end neck woods, but has anyone here used them both in the same neck??
    They both produce really nice tones in an instrument, so naturally I was wondering what it would sound like to combine their tonal qualities…
    If the answer to the above question was yes, what was it like??

  2. Spfairchild

    Spfairchild Supporting Member

    Oct 23, 2005
    Endorsing Artist: Warwick Basses, Genzler Amplification, Tsunami Cables, Sonic Nuance Electronics Contributing Reviewer: Bass Gear Magazine
    Of course! Most modern Warwicks, my SSII included, feature ovangkol necks with wenge fretboards ;-) Sounds good! Hard to say what the characteristics of the combo are though, as they can't be separated from the rest of the body's influence.
  3. Bassdude15


    Feb 26, 2013
    True. I mean something more like this though:
    Imagine that but with wenge and ovangkol instead of maple and purple heart. Thats the kind of thing I'm wondering about.