I really like the bit about enthusiasm. That is a lot of the real cost involved.simonm wrote: Money down the drain and enthusiasm destroyed.
Beowulf wrote:Torres once made a guitar with paper maché sides and back to demonstrate that this was not a significant factor in the sound of the instrument. However no one living has ever heard this guitar...so it was an experiment without conclusive results for today.
hatalap wrote:I think the back and sides shade the notes with nuances.
I agree...even laminated backs...to ME. Of course, I was sternly told that it was actually the tops which were different. When I revealed that they were made the same way/configuration out of the same material by the same company, I was told it was due to molecular differences of the top but DEFINITELY NOT the molecular differences of the back veneers.dilettante1000 wrote:
Back and side material do make a difference to the sound quality, in particular the depth and complexity of the resonance. This won't matter until you get to stage 2, as described above.
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