Hi guys and gurls, Going to be getting a custom Warwick next month, it is going to be: Warwick Corvette with - - Active electronics and pickups - High gloss transparent emerald green - Either keeping the swamp-ash body or swapping it for Bubinga Pommele (which is what the neck-through warwick thumb's use) My question is should i keep the swamp-ash or should i spend an extra £170 and get the bubinga pommele? Swamp-ash advantages: - Much lighter than bubinga - Extremely nice grain pattern through transparent finishes - An excellent balance between highs and lows Swamp-ash disadvantages: - Can it growl like a bubinga corvette? (Like Ryan Martinie from Mudvayne) - Does it strip away easily? As in does screws become loose overtime? Bubinga pommele advantages: - Nicer grain pattern than swamp-ash - Can growl like there's no tomorrow! - Used on NT thumb basses! (This wood can't be all that bad then!) Bubinga pommele disadvantages: - Heavy to play with (I can get used to it right?) - Does it strip away easily? As in does screws become loose overtime? Bubinga being a hard and dense wood, this can't happen right? The sound i am looking for is a midrange growl to the ear! Also... I could save myself money and keep the swamp-ash so i can also get an Ashdown MAG C210-T 307 watts amp combo. OR Get the bubinga pommele body and get a Laney R5 300 watt amp combo. Thanks all!