#3
The first (Plus Top) has a flamed maple top as opposed to a maple top - flamed maple is more expensive.
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#5
Quote by TheBax
what's the difference in flamed maple and regular maple?


Flamed maple has a distinctive growth pattern of the wood fibers, creating dark, thick lines that run perpendicular to the wood grain. It's highly sought after for its obvious aesthetic qualities. Regular maple has no distinctive growth pattern.

Flamed maple is allowed to be visible while Regular maple is usually covered with a base color coat.

Here's an image of Flamed Maple:


Here's an image of Regular Maple:


The wood grain of both images runs horizontally
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Quote by JackalUK
Manafacturing quality


Wrong (spelling-wise and content-wise ).

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The first (Plus Top) has a flamed maple top as opposed to a maple top - flamed maple is more expensive.


Right.
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