i decided i want a bolt on 4 string stambaugh custom. i have a custom body shape i'm sketching up, and its going to have an aero PJ(P pup in a J body)/J/J config with the two j's grouped together in the "sweet spot", which can be wired series/parallel/singlecoil, and the pj near the neck. the j farther from the bridge will have exposed poles and be a little brighter, while the one near the bridge will be darker. i plan on using passive wiring, with a 5 way selector switch (like a strat) and volume (w/ switch) and possibly an active mid boost/fat control from demeter (if aero) or villex's passive mid attenuator (if villex). i don't think i want an active eq. leave that up to the amp. but anyway... as far as my question, i was wondering what wood(s) to use as far as body and neck. i know i love and want the top to be bird's eye maple with a darker lamination in between the top and body. as far as neck, etc, i'm at a loss. for tone, i need to get something thats punchy and driving, yet not too aggressive and harsh. basically, a versatile body wood. mahogany or black walnut are probably safe bets, i would assume. for the neck, it'll be a five piece with ebony fingerboard. maybe... maple/walnut/mahogany/walnut/maple. or something. any suggestions?