Wood for Sound

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Published 2006 by Ulrike Wegst, American Journal of Botany

A classic introduction to the acoustics of tonewood, covering the basics as to why certain woods have been used over the centuries for stringed instruments. This is an excellent first paper for those interested in the science of acoustics as it pertains to wooden musical instruments.

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