Hi All, First off, I apologize if I'm posting this in the wrong forum. I've been a TDPRI member for awhile but haven't (yet) spent much time in the DIY Channel. I just have some questions about some of my maple necks... Question 1 / Guitar 1 - What are those spots/markings/lines that look almost pixel-like? I don't mind them, this isn't a gripe...but I've always been curious. I thought perhaps this would be something that anyone who has experience working with wood could easily explain. To me, the pattern almost looks like a piece of paper that got stuck in a printer and was then pulled out (you know how the ink gets stretched?) (sorry, a very odd comparison, I know, haha). Guitar 1 - Fender Road Worn '50s Telecaster – Limited Edition (2018). Neck Finish: Oiled Road Worn. Question 2 / Guitar 2 - Is this dark brown line a split under the finish? Or just some unique character / discoloration with the wood itself? I can't feel anything at all with my fingers...so it must be under the finish. Guitar 2 - Fender American Vintage Hot Rod '52 Telecaster (2007). Neck Finish: Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer Front with Satin Nitrocellulose Lacquer Back. Again, not worried about any of this...simply curious. Thanks in advance for sharing your wisdom!