I've seen ads for a couple of Strats where they say this one has a "rosewood slab neck". Now if its a rosewood neck guitar what else would it be? Are there fretboards that are made of multiple pieces of rosewood glued together? Or does it mean that its thicker than some, or what? Not being a Fender guy I'd have assumed that all the rosewood fretboards were basically the same, although I'm sure the quality of the rosewood could have major differences. Now that I think of it though, I remember borrowing a tele from a guy in the 70s and thinking that it looked like the fretboard was curved in the same radius as the neck. Like it was the same thickness at any point not flat on the back of it where it was glued on, more like a cap laid over a rounded neck than a slab glued onto a flat neck.... hard to describe. And maybe not right to begin with? Anyhow I'd appreciate hearing what exactly makes something a rosewood slab as opposed to just a rosewood fretboard.