Man, I don't even remember what my guitar is made of. lol. When I ordered it, I think I chose alder with maple top, maple neck with ebony top. Yeah, that sounds right.
I gave it a well-needed cleaning recently. Changed strings, oiled the fretboard with some fender fretboard conditioner. Set intonation and string height.
I have one major problem with this guitar that I have always had. I have a feeling that it may have something to do with it being left handed.
The high-pitched E string is too close to the edge of the fretboard. It get's stuck on the outside edge of the frets quite often. I'll do a barr chord, then find my high-E stuck, or do a run up the fretboard and when I push down the string it pushes it off the fretboard instead of onto it!
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As far as I can tell there is no fixing this. The bridge would have to actually be moved over.
Everything seems flush.. the nut is dead center, the bridge appears to be dead center, but yet my high-e is closer to the edge of the fretboard than the low-e.
Anyhow, I think my next task is to disasemble the bridge and clean all of the saddles real well. I'm going to save that for my next string change.