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... and now back to the shop.
I did a search and found out that Thomas Humphrey was using this combo towards the end of his career.
The sound? I thought that one example had a pretty lyrical sound. I may have to talk to Kris about whether he wants to try this combo for me.
wouldn't want a Luthier to use a combo he doesn't want to work with. very curious to here his opinion.
Thanks everyone. Will search for more audio clips myself. Hope I can find more
Euan Hannah wrote:I’ve built one with that combination, the maple on mine being Birds eye. I also used maple for the neck and this made the guitar slightly heavier than my other classicals but still nice to play. Well I liked it anyway and I still have the instrument.
Any chance you would be willing to post pictures? I really like Birdseye maple
I think a light spruce top would compliment any lighter b/s material better but hats off to the guys that are playing with these different combinations. My first guitar was cedar/paduak steel string. I chose them because they showed the most potential as opposed to what they looked like together, turned out to be a great guitar.
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below is a pic of how Humphrey turned this combo into a guitar that in appearance is a bit of a nod to
old violins. Is this just several layers of FP or a stain or what? I think she's quite a stunner.
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