Benefits associated with our approach to neck construction include extreme stability and superior reinforcement of the strings’ acoustical energies.
By realigning the grain patterns of two or more species of tone woods, our necks are made to be sympathetic to themselves, without being over resonant in any particular frequency range.
The dimensional characteristics of the tone woods also transfer more fundamentals, rather than overtones, to the body of the bass, thus increasing the range of the instrument.
A further advantage of this neck design is that the profile of the fret board with regard to the strings does not change, regardless of how much string pressure is applied to the neck.
The result is a neck that is more responsive and even from top to bottom.