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I am a guitarist and I have heard from several other players the way the wood in a guitar interacts with the magnetic fields emitted from the pickups can change the tone. Most players say an American guitar (generally more expensive) has better woods which will help the sound. My question is, do magnetic fields really interact with wood and if they do, would higher grades of wood be better for achieving a greater sound?
Re: Do magnetic fields interact with different woods?
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