Today while spreading some mulch around the house a FedEx truck pulled into my driveway and dropped off these beautiful pieces of wood for me. The first one is black limba that I plan to use on a black korina firebird body I'm building. The second one is Bolivian rosewood or pau ferro. I have it as a fretboard on a Warmoth neck and I really like it. The other neck is roasted maple and I love the feeling of the unfinished wood, so I figured I'd try it myself. I probably won't jump right into this since I've never made a neck before. I have read a ton of threads on it and I'm in the process of taking notes. Most likely I'll pick up some slotted fingerboards from stewmac or luthiers mercantile. I got a really good deal on both of these, but I still might buy some maple to practice on before I dive into these. Never thought I'd even attempt to build my own neck, but so many threads on here have convinced me I should at least try it. So thank you guys for all the help in the past and for all the future help I'm going to need. Cheers.