#1
I was wondering what does it mean?

Like Maple Bodies have a bright tone and Mahogany has a warm one. I just dont understand what it means by warm or bright.

Can someone explain me?
#2
Bright= Less lows, more highs and high mids

Dark/Warm= More lows and low mids, less highs
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Carvin DC127 blackburst with Bareknuckle Warpigs
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#3
Warm means the wood resonates lower frequencies better, giving a tone with more bass and low-mids.

Bright means the wood resonates higher frequencies better, giving a tone with more treble and high-mids.

So, mahogany is good for chugging metal riffs, and maple on a neck is good for expressive, vocal blues (imo).
#4
generally, a warm and bright wood is alder or basswood (which is a bit warmer than alder, and has less highs).
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