#1
When talking about the tone of the wood, what does 'bright' and 'warm' mean? Does bright mean twangy? Is it just like changing the tone pot on your guitar; when its full its bright and when its low its warm?
#2
bright means that it really stands out and basically, bright is the only real term for it. warm is a tone that blends in with other instruments better.
#3
yeah,i would say you hit it on the head,bright don't necessarily mean twangy or steely though,when i think of bright i think treble when i think warm i think mids and when i think fat i think bass or lows.