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Discussion in 'Squier Stratocasters' started by optofonik, Aug 9, 2018 at 9:18 PM.
Getting in a little practice time with Premiere Pro....
Love the white and maple look,
After two with cracked neck pockets I've got a choice between two good ones and can make a choice bases purely on aesthetics - between the neck with the offset figuring or the plain neck...
#2 … the fret board looks flawless.
Sorry, I misunderstood. I like the first one but that’s just me
#1. Love "character flaws"!
I would take #2 #1 - the high E string is too close to the edge of the fretboard ?
Eyeball the neck,, take the true'st of the two.. (no curve of the fretboard left or right)..
Edit: ooh!.. one looks quarter sawn (straight grain),, grab it!..
What are you listening too.. Alien abduction for guitars?..
The music is “The Gloaming Forge”:
What is “quarter sawn”?
grain is mostly vertical - less susceptible to moving / flexing / atmospheric changes
Google is my friend. Interesting reading.
I vote #2
Even a flat sawn log will produce a limited amount of straight or quarter sawn type grain.. As Kenneth said,, a preferred grain for stability,, but also uniform looks.. The tighter the grain the better.. #2 looks pretty tight..