#1
Hey UG!

My new guitar (American Fender Strat HSS) has an ash body. Is that better than an alder body, or is it just a question of taste in sound? Now if you say "this one is better", tell me why too, that'd be appreaciated.
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#2
The ash body is better because it makes the trembalo bar sitck to the string gauge better.
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#3
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The ash body is better because it makes the trembalo bar sitck to the string gauge better.


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#4
Personal preference.
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#6
some people prefer ash to alder
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#7
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If you are rowing down the road in your canoe and your wagon wheel falls off. How many pancakes does it take to make a doghouse?

Green, because a vest has no sleeves.

Can't we all just get a bong?