#3
Supposedly they have similar sound quality. But, supposedly Poplar doesn't look as good.
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#4
if you go onto wikipedia and type in tonewoods it describes them quite well.
Equally is it for acoustic or electric.
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#7
You're going to have to tell people where you live to find out a good supplier. I don't know any places though.
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#8
The difference is so subtle that you won't even notice. Just stay away from maple bodies unless you want a very bright tone. I have friend that has biult tele's from poplar, alder and ash and he says that he doesn't notice any difference.
Differences in tones in electric guitars have more to do with pickups and electronics(caps and pots).