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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ironrat, Apr 12, 2009.
Just curious. The manufacturer site doesn't tell what wood is this.
Looks like ash to me.
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ash? hmmmmm so thas why the highs sound sooo good
ash for sure.
could be alder...but the grain has more ash like feature than that would.
You know, I'd say paulownia before I'd say ash on that body. It doesn't look like ash to me. Here's a paulownia guitar body.
Ash normally has a larger and more open grain with significant curvature and less straightness than what we see here. I would like to know what this is too.
ugamugabuglia veneered with spalted momagommaspeleno. Best tone wood .
Definetly not thinking ash. Not even a little
White limba perhaps?
that's what she said....
Yay zombie-poker. BTW, ash
I dunno, my vote goes to alder, looks like the stuff on American Fenders to me...
It looks like a Chinese bass and that would be Paulownia... The stuff looks a lot like ash... Check out Gilmer Woods (dot com) for a blank for $120.00... It's regarded as a superior wood in China and it just happens to grow like wildfire...
I'd bet my coffin on it!! (What do I have to lose?)...
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