#1
it enphesises the low end right?
btw ash top and mahogany bottom.
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#3
thats a good study, i like it, there ARE differences, but they are subtle
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http://www.stormriders.com/guitar/telecaster/guitar_wood.pdf read this with an open mind and you may find something interesting.


That was a good read man, nice find!
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http://www.stormriders.com/guitar/telecaster/guitar_wood.pdf read this with an open mind and you may find something interesting.

lol i feel silly now about being rly specific about getting an alder body :P
but thats rly nifty. means i can have a lot more fun with my squier once i get my american
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holy crap that's all you need to publish a journal paper about electric guitar?
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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#7
I always thought the veneer we use to top a guitar was so thin it didn't effect the sound/tone at all. I use veneers all the time it's about or less than a 1/16 of an inch thick, some finishes are about as thick alone. I guess if they use a thicker peice of wood such as 1/4" or more it will have more to do with the sound/tone. Then there is applying the venner I used clamps and braces guitar companies use vacume presses I am sure when usuing more pressure you get a better bond and better transfer. Great post on the guitar wood study They did something similar at MIT on several different kinds of materials (wood included) you could use to make a guitar but I can't seem to find it anymore.

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