Ask your wood and other materials questions here. Please DO NOT post pictures and ask us to identify your wood, we have found that accurate ID is nearly impossible, and such discussions will be deleted. Thanks.
- Chuck Raudonis
- Posts: 45
- Joined: Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:02 pm
- Location: Just outside Philadelphia, PA
I usually taste cedar too. Of course usually I get it second hand from my cigars.
http://TheWaywardLuthier.wordpress.com - Adventures of a novice bass maker
Interesting read this thread. I have some redwood tops that are light as a feather, and yet ring for ages, and very very stiff both directions. They're almost too good to be true, and easily are better than the LS set I have. Redwood can be crazy good stuff...or really bad too.