Tone Woods

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  1. TRJC24PRS

    TRJC24PRS Possibly A New Member

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    merciful-evans New Member

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    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    The answers are given. :confused:
     
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    John Beef Opaque

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    Here's a recent video from Warmoth that I found interesting.
     
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    That was revealing, and should put to rest the silly notions some seem to harbor that wood variety makes no contribution to tone. It was a good way to remove as many variables as possible, and the only way it could have been even more convincing as to attributable tones, would have been to try it with maybe three of each variety.

    I totally agreed with the host in his assessment ... the Ash had an immediate and lively sound, the Alder provided more of a compressed, blended sound, and much to my surprise, the Mahogany provided a very lively, dynamic sound, and was my favorite.
     
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    gush I'm not a new member!!!!

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    gush I'm not a new member!!!!

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    Mahogany was my favorite but I was not expecting that prior to the video
     

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