My sc420 and JS2000 would disagree with you. The rosewood on those two look stunning. Rosewood gets a bad rap often because of the cheap shit they use on cheap guitars. On higher end guitars, that's not really the case.******* said:
Yep. I vastly prefer the look and tone of maple, so the fact rosewood is an option that some people prefer just means there's less competition for me.Well, fortunately looks and tone are subjective things, eh?
Not really, man. I think maybe it's more debatable with the tone, but maple definitely has a different attack to it - there's a bit more of a "clang" or "sting" to notes as you dig in, especially as you start to snap the strings against the fretboard. Getting to sit down with Steve's UV777GR really confirmed this for me, it's attack characteristics unplugged are much more like my Strat than I would have expected from a basswood guitar with a Floyd."Vastly" he says. :lol:
Drew, you're the king of hyperbole.
:shrug: Best of a bad situation. GRs are rare as hell, especially in "player condition," the neon would be a bit much anyway, and there's not much else out there that has seven strings and a maple board.Hence why your UV is your main player. :yesway: