Guitar Tone Woods

If a guitar’s body shape produces the sonic equivalent of a meal, think of tonewoods as the seasoning. The unique acoustic properties of woods help color a body shape’s fundamental sound. The key is to find the woods that match up best with your playing style and intended applications. It might be rosewood’s low-end growl and sizzling trebles; the midrange overtones of mahogany; the focus and projection of maple; or the warmth of a cedar top for fingerpicking. As you play different guitars, pay attention to each wood pairing’s distinctive acoustic traits, along with the feeling of responsiveness in your hands.

Guitar Woods lets you browse guitar woods for body and neck. Woods are explained and displayed from usage to tonality.
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Updated
February 6, 2015
Size
1.1M
Installs
500+
Current Version
1.0
Requires Android
4.0.3 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
Dreamcarved
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