I was just reading the Dingwall review in the newest BP issue and apparantly it has two different body woods that compose the entire body. I forget what they were, but essentially it was like the treble side was maple and the bass side was mahogony (or something like that). My question is, does this make any difference in the tone of the strings? Apparantly it was done to give the treble strings a nice bright tone and the bass strings a mellow tone, but I always thought it was the entire body that determined the tone the strings would emit since the bridge is attached to the whole body which resonates when the string is plucked? Any builders out there have any ideas on this?