Call/email Warmoth; I've bought both Fender style and Warmoth style (scarf joint/angled) necks in Canary, so I think you can order pretty much anything other than a Total Vintage in Canary. They don't have every exotic combo listed in the neck/wood price grids. You'll probably have to custom order, they put Canary necks in a variety of shape flavors up in the Showcase, but they tend to disappear as fast as they go up. They tend to run around the $339-$379 range unless you get an upcharge quality fretboard, then a bit more.
Here is what I am thinking. I posted a similar idea elsewhere on this board and some thought it was a bit over the top. It kind of is, but it is intended to be an "over the top guitar." I'm planning a V2 guitar that likely will only see high gain applications. I want it to look heavy metal, and I wanted to use natural wood colors and patterns to achieve that, rather than some graphic. Of course, I want the tone to be there, as well. Here is my thought:
V2 body, either swamp ash or mahogany, with a quilt maple top finished in bengal burst. Jackson-style reverse headstock neck made of padouk for its red color and a canary fingerboard which would bring the bengal burst and the padouk coloring together. Finally a quilt veneer on the headstock finished in a matching bengal burst. Black binding on the neck with black corian sharkstooth inlays. Black hardware. DiMarzio X2N in the bridge and a Humbucker from hell (or Air Norton) in the neck slot.
So, I guess my question has evolved into swamp ash or mahogany for the body.