There was a time when a guitar made with Braz RW was the aspiration of more or less every player out there but things now are different.
Braz, whilst sounding good is not in itself the mark of a fine guitar, a good maker can make most woods sound good and yet not all Braz guitars automatically sound good, it isn''t a given. The biggest problem now is that Braz has become a real pain if you are thinking of travelling (or eventually selling) abroad. Thanks to the CITES rules and the Lacey Act Braz entails paperwork which can be troublesome to acquire, although if you are having one built you would expect to have that paperwork arrive with the guitar. This means that more and more people are shying away from this wood, partly due to the above but partly also due to the increasing use of non-traditional and sustainable woods. It's a decision for you as the buyer, some people say 'why buy trouble' whilst others want Braz and will buy it regardless.
For me, I'd say if you've always wanted Braz and aren't looking to travel internationally with it then take your pick, it's your guitar and you may not be worried about the speed of its eventual resale. One thing though, if the cost doesn't matter to you then fine, but if the extra money makes you stop and wonder whether to splurge on the Braz or not, I'd say keep your money. The maker is more important than the wood, it's one of those 'it's not what you have it's the way that you use it' things.
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Good luck with your decision.
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