Hi all, I see that PRS is offering this combination a lot recently, so I am imagining that a few people can compare head to head and compare and contrast the differences to the classic hog neck on hog body, I am mostly interested in the rosewood fretboard on the maple neck tone (on the mahogany body) but maple neck with maple fret board seems to be widely available as well. Hers a quote from the suhr discussion board about maple neck mahogany body. NOT Recommended. Well, that's kind of hard to describe. My first experience of a Mahogany body with Maple neck guitar was a Brian Moore C90 when I was working at Fender. I couldn't really put my finger on it but it just didn't sound or feel right. It was like, "It's not fish nor fowl. So what is it?" Personally, I thought that guitar and other guitars from different manufactuers with that wood combination just felt and sounded weird. Sorry if I can't elaborate any better than this as I can usually describe what I like or don't like fairly well. I just don't think they really resonate well together and that the tone is not particularly well-balanced. There's a good reason why it isn't a commonly featured combination by guitar builders. If someone likes it, that's cool, but it's not a combination that John or I'd recommend. I am sure some individual guitars can sound great, but I often can only by PRS's sight unseen, what can I expect from this combo? Describe with some scientific or rational language EQ or gain structure, warm is only a little helpful. i.e.mahogany is warm maple is cold.