#1
Im thinking of building an acoustic guitar for a woodwork project at school can any one give me any tips on what woods to use and anything else that would be off help.
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#2
i hope that you are an amazing woodworker and you schhol has all the right gear, because acoustics are amazingly hard, search some of corduroyEW builds, he is a very very impressive acoustic guitar luthier. And probably PM him in a couple of days if he doesnt find this thread, he should be able to answer all of your questions
#3
any good resonant wood should do fine. ebony for the fretboard, rosewood top, basswood body. good luck with that, btw. post pictures if you actually do it
#4
But whats harder, acoustic or electric, i suggest go for the easiest option, because what ever you build, it'll get a good mark and if you go for acoustic you can make it a cool shape that acoustics never usualy are, not crazy as V but maybe double cutaway or something
#5
if you double cutaway an acoustic it won't be too loud..... you would have to strike instead of strum...


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