With all the legends out there, you always hear that the fret boards on these old Gibsons were premium grade rosewood and quarter sawn. Today's rosewood being passed around would have been "tossed out". While it is usually pretty easy to see the grain in old Gibson necks which most do seem to be quarter sawn or close, it is very hard to ever see grain in the fretboard. Any time I actually see an old Les Paul Jr for sale with respectable pictures of the fretboard they always seem to be noticeably more flat sawn. Just curious how many of you owning actual vintage Gibsons have quarter sawn fretboards or something more rift sawn or flat sawn?