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Old 10-10-2014, 04:16 PM
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I would refer you to Kent for insights to that.

I can tell you that the Wenge guitar is clearer sounding and has more shimmer which many perceive as more open sounding (my wife prefers this one I think) but the BRW guitar has rich, but more focused overtones and a thicker sound to its voice. The weight difference really surprised me. I am wondering how much lighter the tru-oil finish is than the nitro finish? Any how, I still need to play them some more...

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Originally Posted by SJ VanSandt View Post
You mean you can't keep both of them!!? That's a shame, especially since they have such different sounds (not to mention styles). They look like the same body size but because of the angles it's hard to tell if the scale length is the same. Everything else being equal, do you think it's the woods that account for the sonic differences?

Two gorgeous guitars - I enjoyed following the build threads. Thanks for sharing!
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