Has anyone had any issues building over a significant amount of time? I'm aiming to slowly get my build together and then slowly build. It would probably take the better part of 2 years to get the wood together I want (grad school = perpetually broke) but then when I graduate I should be able to build it relatively (few months). But I'd like to be able to do some simply stuff along the way like gluing the neck blank, and cutting the body to the proper shape. Any issues doing it this way? I don't have a humidity controlled room(plus I live in Arkansas..) but I would be buying Kiln dried wood(10% moisture content). Opinions? I've built 1 guitar previously but it was 7 years ago in high school but the woods were horrible and it was extremely rushed. Proposed wood/construction: African Mahogany Body+Flame maple top Sapele/Black Walnut/Flame Maple/Black Walnut/Sapele laminated neck Gonna try to get my hands on high quality Indian Rosewood if possible. Carved top Set neck Will I run into much trouble if I go ahead and start buying the wood? I figured the Kiln dried woods should be relatively strong/dry enough to not give me too many issues.