I know the most common woods associated with Fender guitars are Swamp ash, Alder, and Maple (necks). I have read of the occasional weird ones like the all-rosewood telecaster and stratocaster, as well as the Korina strats. I was wondering though, if any other woods were used for a significant run on the guitars? Also, were the necks all eastern hard rock maple? Or was western used (like Big Leaf etc.)? This may be a huge re-hashing of old news, and if it is apologies, but in regards to the fender woods, it seems most of it is just kind of accepted, whereas it seems Gibson's stuff has been gone over with a fine-tooth comb. Interested in the maple for necks because I've mostly seen Eastern Hard Rock, but given the location of Fender over the years, it might seem more convenient for them to have found a supplier of maple from the west coast. Specifically wondering about the Pre-CBS fenders and probably up to '74.