Discussion in 'Guitar Building' started by TKOjams, Oct 18, 2014.
Go for it Ken. You're still my Hero!!!!!!
setting your sights a little low there, Gary.
Great videos Ken Oh, but you would want to wear eye and ear protections the next time?
Sanding, sanding, sanding.....
Keep up the great videos!
The way to do this is to have the two guitars identical in shape, dimensions, construction method, finish, components, electronics, etc. Don't worry about weight.
Then, have somebody that doesn't know which is which, play the two guitars, through the same amp, to a bunch of folks that have no idea which guitar is which, and see if the panel can identify which is which.
Then, if your panel agrees which is which, then you've got one data point. This is still slightly better than an anecdote, but it's at best, an isolated data point.
Then repeat with more identically built guitars, and more people, and you might get enough evidence to support tone wood claims.
I don't care if people can tell which is which. I only care if they sound different, plane and simple, end of story.
Ken, these videos are becoming more and more professional. You are doing a really great job of presenting.
Yeah, I throw necks across the bench like a real pro!! LOL
I noticed that, but, that's the kind of stuff that makes you cool about this. You don't take yourself too seriously and that makes it fun. LOL I liked the line, " didn't need those anyway." LOL
I'm a new comer from France. Hope this may help understanding (french AND english) :
Not that anyone would watch all these videos in one sitting, I figured I get everyone caught up..
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