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  1. My dreadnaught guitar rings best on a C note. So the cavities do have effects. You actually tune a violin cavity when you carve it. There's a science to the arch of the top and back, as well as the height of the sides. If not tuned properly, annoying things like wolf notes, and dead notes happen. A properly tuned acoustic cavity in a violin can produce an instrument that fills a stadium with music without using any electronic amplification.
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  2. I dunno man, sometimes its the one's that have read everything available on the web & library shelves that are the biggest problem to build for. I much prefer players with a good idea of what they want, that just need a little tweak. as opposed to somebody with an encyclopedic knowledge of everything guitar, but no concept of how to use it to make a decent instrument. I had a guy a few years back that wanted a multi laminate neck thru Jem, But he wanted spalted maple & burled walnut in the neck (the spalt would be the majority of the neck, with 2 burled walnut pinstripes). He had
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