#1
Alright lets say that im gonna build a guitar out of spruce. Does it have the same atributes to an acoustic as it does to an electric.

also a definition for sustain and resonance would be nice. thanks
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#2
Ultimate Tonewood thread. Also, please rephrase your question- I have no idea what you are asking about. Otherwise, I'd be happy to help.

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#3
basically if i used a wood with very high resonance to make an acoustic guitar body would it still have high resonance if it was made in an electric guitar body.
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#4
Yup. Spruce still has a very round, dark tone to it. Just because you change the shape of the piece of wood doesn't mean that it will treat the overtones of a sound differently.
Really, though, next time you have a wood (chuckle) related question, please take it to the ultimate tonewood thread, kay? Thanks.

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#5
1 - Go here: The GB&C Central Hub

2 - Scroll down to the second post.

3 - Click the link for the "Guitar-building Wood thread"

4 - Read

5 - If necessary, ask in that thread.


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