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- May 15, 2020
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I thought the A grading was more about the quality of the wood, like the flecs etc? or it used to be, prolly co opted now to describe flame.
It initially looks that way, but I don't think so. If you took the left part of the cap, flipped it over, and put it under the right side, then many of the lines would seem to match up. But definitely from the same piece of maple, for sure. I really appreciate tops where you really have to look at it to determine it is not a one piece. Fabulously beautiful guitar.One piece top?
Gibson has always kind of overrated their wood grades as compared to other premium makers. Nothing new here.