That was really a transposed acoustic (dreadnought) comment. I think of a Rosewood acoustic as warm, and a mahogany dread as being more mid-rangy & bright. I have a mahogany LP converted to Tiger wiring. When I get it off the bench, I'll have to adjust my adjectives appropriately. My recollection is that is was bright, and I tend to think of SG's as bright-ish.
But...if we relate wood to it's relative hardness (Janka rating) which is somewhat equivalent to density, we find that Honduran Mahogany sits at about 800. Ash = 1300. Maple (Eastern) = 1450. African Mahogany = 830. Cocobolo = 1136. Ebony = 3220.
Well, that doesn't tell me much, now that I've typed it. My thought was that mahogany was in the ballpark with Ash, which it's not. And that Cocobolo would be harder (which it's not). Nothing. Nadda. So much for that thought.
So. When the Mahogany LP with Tiger Wiring gets off the bench, I'll AB against this Strat. Both with Tiger Wiring.
Maybe that'll be more informative than this post. Somebody pick up the pieces of my brain.
Logic has abandoned me for the holidays.
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