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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by vps616, Nov 7, 2019.
And what did this teach you?
Sure He does... But I had mischief in my heart...
So is the Braz RW they use from sources that already acquired it before the ban?
That is certainly the expectation.
I expect it's *really* hard to provide provenance, so exports of BRW are even rarer than the actual wood.
Trees that are destroyed or die from natural causes are identified and certified as such are allowed to be exported. They keep a paper trail.
No, I actually saw it much earlier. I actually said, "Trees, duh" as soon as I saw the subject line and talked myself out of posting. It's sad how good my brain is at sarcastic comments - a lot of times, I'll say something about 10 seconds after an opportunity arises, and my wife will say, "That took a while - you must be slipping." I have to tell her, no, the sarcastic comment was like a reflex, it was the internal dialogue that delayed things.
Not to consider the consequences of my actions and to just immediately make the funny* comment with no further thought.
* - Funny to me, nobody cares what the rest of you think.
Who said that?!
Now THAT's the Alan we all know and love...
I will admit that that a couple of pcs of Brazilian rosewood have found there way into my basement
If you want to get technical, a biological organism uses energy from excited photons to power a process called photosynthesis to convert carbon-dioxide, dihydrogen-monoxide and other trace elements to a cellulose foam.
According to PRS himself, there is lots of new growth Brazilian Rosewood trees, and he expects the ban to be eventually lifted. I wonder how the fires will effect this.
Sometimes he finds it in graveyards!
Yeah, photosynthesis uses light (excited photons) as the energy source to drive the conversion of carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates. What foam?
I suspect it's a typo, and "form" is the word.
Well, one could argue that wood is relatively "airy" compared to much more solid substances, and maybe it is a "foam" - cellular structures represent the the "bubbles".
It's densely packed, but may be referred to as a 'foam' based on its cellular structure.
Either that or I've just been watching too much AvE.
I sit corrected
I did see Laos Rosewood in WL stock. So Southeast Asia should be one of PRS wood sources.