#2
Depends what tone you want to get.
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#3
morning wood.
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#6
Wrong forum.
And there's no "best" wood.
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#8
depends on what kind of tone you're looking for. I like mahogony, like what would be on a Les Paul.
#9
For acoustics, I prefer rosewood. For electric, I like either mahogany or koa. Thats for body though. For neck I like to have a maple to counter-act the bass I've got in the body, and on the fingerboard I like rosewood.
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I was. lol. but do u ever think some guitar are made out of plywood tho?
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I was. lol. but do u ever think some guitar are made out of plywood tho?


Some are. Very very cheap ones.
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#16
i like alder with maple necks with a strat body and SSS Routing it makes a awesome twang sound
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#17
Hawaiian Koa + Mahogany body, ebony fretboard, Indian rosewood neck, dual humbucker configuration = killer combination.