What are people's thoughts regarding the contribution to tone that a neck contributes vs what the body contributes? I've replaced a rosewood neck with a maple one once on a Charvel just to get a punchier sound. Had little to do with playability. I also stripped that Charvel, refinished it in enamel, then stripped it again, realizing that enamel wasn't for guitars, then re-finished it in laquer using what I thought would be a cool vintage ice blue, only to have it look like a big, ugly bathroom tile. I learned a lot with that experiment. Especially, that refinishing a solid body electric changes it's tone quite a bit. So, I did a little experiment. I played the open g and d string on my Tele and then did the same thing with it on my lap. Then I tried laying my arm over as much of it as possible. There was a very, very subtle difference, but hard to notice. I played the same strings but instead cupped as much of the neck as I could with my hand. It was a very noticeable difference. At least to my ears. I'm leaning towards the neck having a greater influence than the body, overall. However, the body has subtle nuances that when altered may make a guitar lose its "magic." Any thoughts on the matter?