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    What is the difference b/w the laminate and the solid wood top?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate looks at 40 View Post
    What is the difference b/w the laminate and the solid wood top?
    better sound with solid top
    Wayyyy better sound with solid body

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMexicoDawG View Post
    better sound with solid top
    Wayyyy better sound with solid body
    Not always true. I've played some laminates with much more sound that some solids. But, as a rule, you're correct. The top is the main thing. The sides and back can be laminate and match an all-solid many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UKISOCIETY View Post
    Not always true. I've played some laminates with much more sound that some solids. But, as a rule, you're correct. The top is the main thing. The sides and back can be laminate and match an all-solid many times.
    ty for clarifying I ment to type that LoL

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMexicoDawG View Post
    ty for clarifying I ment to type that LoL
    I know what you mean. I get tired of typing all those words that I'll just stop and press sub
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