Warwick replacement neck project

This is a project to replace the original neck on this Warwick bass.  The original neck has a truss issue and the customer wanted a slim neck carve anyway, so we decided to make a new one out of Tempered woods.  We selected Tempered (quartered) Maple for the neck bulk, and some Dark Tempered Maple (double tempered) for the fret board.  I copied all of the peghead and width specs but laminated the back of the neck rather than a large volute.  I used EVO gold fret wire rather than brass, and put the original tuners and nut onto the new neck.  We are going to finish the neck with just a beeswax and orange oil mixture, topped with Zymol bridge wax.  Leaves the neck feeling smooth and tack free.  Easy to maintain as well.