Roasted Swamp Ash is now available on Warmoth guitar and bass bodies. You will find it in our In-Stock Showcase, and as an available wood choice in our Custom Builder tool. The guitar used in this demo has a Roasted Swamp Ash body and a genuine Fender MIM Telecaster® neck. The bridge pickup is a Seymour Duncan Five-Two Tele® Bridge, and the neck pickup is a Seymour Duncan Five-Two Tele® Neck.
No Roasted Mahogany?
What is the material for the telecaster pickguard? Vintage or white pearl?
Oh my lord, look at those contours ❤️! Btw Aaron plays always different riffs clearly so we can make judgment! Thanks dude! 🙏🏼
Would the roasting process make ash more difficult to carve?
Northern Ash! Honduran mahogany! the era of the great tonewoods is finished. Selecting tonewoods , or the expertise to do so, is mostly gone.
Man I love my decision to go warmoth even more...lol not cuz I got roasted swapash, but hearing arron play mediterranean sundance just makes me feel like im in good hands. Cant wait!
Does anyone know how roasted swamp ash would look with the transparent vintage tint? And what about regular swamp ash?
Isn't roasted swamp ash that not-so-fresh feeling you get when working outside in the heat??
Wow Mediterranean Sundance into Roxanne 🤘
Aaron, you covered the subject very well. Thank You for the info. Blue Max Stringed Instrument Repair
The Di Meola riff!!
How long do you roast it to get this shade?
Hey Aaron, what is the strat neck behind? Dark rosewood fretboard on rosewood neck (finished in satin)? Something else? Thanks
I keep thinking I hear “arancini,” like rice balls… 🤣
Do you roast the body blanks first and then cut the bodies or roast the bodies after they are cut out? Is the color change on the surface or all the way through?
Usually I prefer Spartan and unfinished instruments, but this one is so beautiful
I love the satin finish on that roasted body