I been searching incessantly for information on plywood Wilfers. In particular, the ones that are for sale at bassesonline (Ideal Music = "Greene"). I've emailed Steve and others who have purchased Eberles and Romas. Those folks have nothing but good things to say about those instruments. What I haven't come across is someone who has purchased a plywood Wilfer; whether from Ideal or elsewhere. I've read posts regarding the carved models and the geneology thanks to some very knowledgeable folks here. Just wondering about the tone and quality of the Wilfer plys. I haven't been able to play a lot of DBs; a few unknown carved, a hybrid, and a few plys. Not any shops here in East LA (East Lower Alabama: Tallahassee, FL), and it would be a bit of a roadtrip to try and drag a teacher. What kind of tone should I expect from the Wilfer ply? Is there a big difference in tone between the Wilfers and Eberles (both ply)? Looking for a more old-school, dark tone, with lots of bottom; not too modern. (Can you say New Standard Cleveland?...But outside my price range right now.) Mostly jazz, bluegrass/folk, and Christian comtemporary (if applicable) Mostly pizz, but like to learn arco. Need to make a common sense decision. Thanks in advance.