Like the neck, the wood used for the body, and its quality, plays a role in how the guitar sound.Alder is used in most Fender Strats mainly because of its light weight and it’s easy to finish due to minimal grain lines.

In fact, the reason why they are cheaper, ha sless to do with quality but rather lower labour costs, cheaper type of laquer and apply methods etc.

Japanese Fenders are considered to be above the Mexicans and perhaps even just as good as the US.

Depending on the radius, thickness and contour of the neck, maples are generally brighter sounding with a bit more top and less mid range.

Rosewood necks (or rosewood fretboard) has a slightly warmer tone with more mid range and perhaps an overall more balanced character.

The string and pickup height and the tremolo action is often set to a so-called factory standardized setup.

This can easily be adjusted later on, so don’t dismiss a perfectly good guitar just because the setup isn’t how you normally prefer it.

Although a soft wood, it has a rich and warm tone with a smooth sustain.

Basswood has long been favoured by jazz musicians and it can also help to balance a bright punchy maple neck.

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Now, there is the never ending debate on whether or not different types of wood plays a role. Still, having said that, what’s more important is the thickness of the wood, laquer and obviously the pickups.