kings_x Posted May 25, 2004 Report Share Posted May 25, 2004 The guitar I'm building is mainly mahogany. Its a semi-hallow 335 copy. I bought the mahogany from two different sources. One board was quarter sawn and used to make the neck and body core. The back is made from a different flat sawn board from another supplier. Both were sold as Honduras mahogany but both are quite different in color and feel. The neck/core wood is harder and darker than the back wood. The back wood feels almost "furry" and soft. It dents much easier and bends very easy. Any thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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