For tone, quilted maple is a proven, safe bet. The redwood is gorgeous, but tonally, it's kind of light and may not reinforce the high overtone sustain you may want. Redwood is like a light and airy mahogany tone-wise. I like the wood, but for a top, a risky endeavor.
The crazy looking spalted maple would probably be good too, tonally. Over the long haul, I think the quilted will be the most aesthetically pleasing and relaxing to look at, but not all that unique like the freaky looking spalted maple.
Quilted Maple #1, safe bet for tone, gorgeous and deep to look at, does neat things with reflected light
Spalted Maple #2, probably a safe bet for tone, freaky and very trippy looking, that's a plus.
Redwood #3, pretty wood, not a smart risk tone-wise as a top. Better for the back, but not the top.
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