Vintage maple board Strats and Teles with nitro finishes mostly show playing wear on the fretboard in the spots that were played on most often. (see picture) I own 3 maple board CS Fender guitars that I have owned for about 7 years. I don't play them as often as I do my rosewood guitars yet often enough. Why don't they show any playing wear as vintage Strats do? Just curious how long it would take a nitro maple board to show playing wear. How much playing does it actually take for the finish to wear through? Do other fretboard woods show wear as well? I am thinking rosewood or ebony? None of my well played rosewood or ebony guitars seem to show wear. Is this just because these woods are harder and there is no nitro finish on them? Just trying to get a general sense of how much a guitar with the respective fretboards need to be played before wear is visible. PS: I don't want wear on my guitars. I like to keep them in good condition. So this isn't me looking for ways to relic my guitar quicker Thanks!