#1
Hello,

I'm looking for a new guitar, and i'm kinda torn between two guitars of the same model, however:
-One has a solid mahony body and
-one has mahony with a rosewood veneer top
Would there be any differences in sound between the two considering all other things are the same?
#2
if it's only a veneer probably not. or at least if there is any difference it's going to be incredibly subtle (or due to natural variations in the mahogany and neck woods, lol).
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#3
A veneer is too thin to make a difference. It's all aesthetics.
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#4
I've never heard of a rosewood veneer/top in my life.
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