What are the differences in tone between different guitar materials?
- Oct 16, 2018 -
The common characteristics and sound characteristics of acoustic guitars with different timbers are as follows:

Spruce, also known as the white pine, has a very clear sound, a strong grain sense, and the medium frequency is more than the red pine, the tone appears more elegant and earthy, and the sound scattering response is slightly slower than that of the red pine, but dynamic.

The spruce has a variety of materials, such as the ingemann spruce, the sitka spruce, the German spruce and the western American spruce, each of which has its own tone characteristics.The German white pine is sweeter, while the western spruce has a better bass and higher volume.

The tone of mahogany is warm and has a high tone, but the bass is not very big. If you use rosewood, you can make up for it.
Rosewood can produce a deeper sound, which is full in tone and good in resonance. It can be combined with Korean pine, which can make its sound dynamic (including treble and bass) broaden.Matching with white pine, it can expand the thin bass of white pine, and at the same time make the high tone of white pine get touched up.So, rosewood and red pine, white pine can be said to be a "perfect match", often as a dorsal board, with red or white pine use.
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Acacia: the bass response is weaker than east Indian ebony, and the treble response is slightly less than mahogany, but has a uniform and clean sound.
Similar to acacia in texture and density.It makes a nice even sound.Walnut has an even sound quality, somewhere between ebony and mahogany.


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