Dr. Allan Thompson
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Our Corner of the Kingdom

Our Corner of The Kingdom

Most readers of this column are aware I love music and particularly guitars. Lately my collection has undergone major revamping; the search for new guitars reminded me of a fundamental truth found in both the OT and NT. The first things I notice in evaluating a guitar are the components. The type of wood used in the top, sides, back, and neck determines the volume, tone, and to a degree the style of music the guitar will best handle. I quickly found out a trick of sellers. The top is usually made of spruce and the most common woods for the rest of the body are mahogany, rosewood, sapele, or maple. A rosewood body will usually command $100-200 more than a mahogany. BUT if the word solid wasn’

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