Thanks. I was not really sure so I just put Spruce. I've changed the title now stating it could be cedar. Regards.Debussychopin wrote:This spruce looks really cedar-y to me. Nice guitar
Thanks Peter. Appreciate the input.petermc61 wrote:I think cedar too.
lick it?markodarko wrote:Someone should lick it.
Nice one I now changed it to Cedar.Sérgio Lopes wrote:That spruce should quit the tanning salon.
I believe so.Justfun wrote:Back and sides Indian Rosewood?
Ah, it's a quote from Ice Age.alfredcp wrote:lick it?
Thanks. That's very kind. I wish I could play as well as him. If some people have two left feet in terms of dancing, I must have two left handsPat Dodson wrote:Ever hear of Spruce cooked salmon? No; only Cedar cooked salmon. Get your tongue inside the soundhole away from the varnish/polish and lick. Cedar is gently spicy, Spruce has little flavour.
I might try that I can never tell a tanned spruce from cedar!
More seriously Alfred it is great to watch your son's playing skills develop. He's doing really well.
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