I just sent a Carvin Bunny Brunel five string back to Carvin. Beautiful instrument, great B string, well built and played fine but the tone just wasn't for me. I think my choice of woods had something to do with it. It had a 5 piece maple/walnut neck, birdseye maple fretboard, and swamp ash body sides. I found it to be too bright sounding, lacking in depth in the lower notes. It would be great for slapping though, but I want just a little more warmth. I really liked the feel of it and would like to stick with the BB75 if I could find the right wood combination. My favorite 4 string, a Warmoth bolt-on, has a maple neck, ebony fingerboard and a black korina body. If I could get this type of tone in a 5 string, I'd be really happy. Since Carvin doesn't use korina, would a maple neck, ebony board and mahogany body do the trick? I've read that mahogany and korina are similar in tone. I've considered doing a 5 string Warmoth but it would be even heavier that my 4 banger. I'd like to hear any suggestions on wood choices. Thanks in advance.