Thread: Sexauer/'14
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:56 AM
58spdstr 58spdstr is offline
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I'd be interested in your thoughts about the elements in this photo that contribute to your guitars' unique tone. The three Sexauer's that I own are all of different woods and in the traditional Schoenberg style. All have an open, mature tone with great balance and strong fundamentals from the very first time they came out of the case. Honestly, none of mine have transformed tonally with age, they are that good when new.

I wonder about not just bracing, but peones, no form/jig for gluing on sides, a relatively large neck block, hide glue, varnish finish, wood thickness, probably many other variables. What is the Sexauer secret sauce?