I love ebony fretboards in general, but especially on PRS guitars. I was lucky to grab this 2008 CU22AP from John Mann many years ago that also had a rosewood neck. That is when I discovered nothing does the "rings like a piano" thing like a rosewood neck/ebony board guitar. You can feel it in your fret hand and feel it against your body. Amplified, it has clear low end, nice midrange and wonderful clarity. I liked the guitar so much I wanted something similar with a trem and found this one-off DGT. Both of these guitars REALLY ring and have such a sweet and beautiful top end. Some people have commented the DGT neck pickup can be woofy or bassy. Mine is not that way at all---sweet, clear and open sounding. The CU22 has been modded a bit with a Schroeder adjustable bridge and old PRS Artist pickups (alnico 4 magnets!). It sounds like a glorious cross between a humbucker and a P-90 guitar. Just an amazing instrument. Another plus---these necks do not move. I play 11-52 strings and live in a very humid environment. I never have to adjust the truss rod.