The issue about tonal character in terms fundamentals and overtones in the guitar keeps evading my understanding. Even when I have thought that I understood, it proved to be evaporated later on.
Would you be kind enough to include the explanation in this otherwise fine compliation?
The other thing is about air resonance. Kind of central to discussions about guitar character these days. I have been told that luthiers tune the soundboard - and thus the air resonnace?- and choose how they want it to be. When the edges of the soundboard are thinner, the air resonance goes down in tone?
Would it be a lot to ask to include here a quick introduction to the different types of "box tuning" and how luthiers do it and how the different measures are related?
Last. Wolf tones. How do they relate to tuning of the sound board. Do luthiers choose where on the fret board the destructive interference is best placed?
A comment here?
Thanks, and please delete this post and ignore parts or all if you chose.