#1
in your opinion wot do u think is the best wood in terms of tone and weight?
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#4
yeah.
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#5
mahogny/mahogny
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#6
either mahogany or alder, but its all on the player's preference
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either mahogany or alder, but its all on the player's preference

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#8
Mahogany => Smoother tone. Heavy wood.
Basswood => Brighter tone. Lightweight wood.
It's all down to your preference
#9
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Mahogany => Smoother tone. Heavy wood.
Basswood => Brighter tone. Lightweight wood.
It's all down to your preference


i think Mahogany gives me a heavier and thicker and fuller sound. but i like the basswood in my Ibanez. it's more balanced, imo. lighter but thinner and not as full as i would like it. but it's nice. i prefer Mahogany.
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#10
Well... Good basswood is good, bad basswood is crap. Personally I prefer mahogany.