Hi guys! Some interesting threads and comments here recently on Rosewood necks - for instance the Holy Grail thread, and the newer Quatro thread below. I have owned many Rosewood Necked PRS Guitars in the past, most of them IRW, a couple with BRW. I have more often than not struggled with the tones from them, I have liked certain things about them but by and large have not liked them overall as much as the more "traditional formula" of Mahogany body and neck, with a Rosewood Board. My context has mostly been 245 and 594 scale guitars, with a few 25" guitars in the mix over time (for instance a couple of ME IIs and a couple of ME Quatros). With the current collection I have been enjoying the 594s immensely, and I have been particularly enjoying having a diverse mix of models of 594s to mix up the tones, for instance in addition to some great Solidbody DCs and SCs, also a DC Hollowbody, an SC Semi-Hollow and a DC Soapbar. I am considering a Brazilian necked Private Stock DC 594 to continue to mix up the options and tones, and it would be helpful to get inputs on what you guys think and have experience with with regards to Rosewood necks, particularly Brazilian Rosewood necks, on DC PRS Guitars with Mahogany Bodies and two Humbuckers. What tones are they best for? What are they not as good at? Best types of amps to combine with? Amp setting changes from Mahogany necks? Thanks in advance!