Some of you may know that I'm going to have Jay at Wolfe Guitars order a Heritage 150CM custom guitar with 1959 LP specs for me. I was poking around on the internet yesterday, and came upon a site for "Timeless Timber". This is true old growth wood that in some cases was cut down over 200 years ago, and has been in "cold storage" at the bottom of the Great Lakes. The density and quality of this wood is supposed to be unlike anything that can be found today.
I was considering the option of using this wood for the eastern hard maple flamed top over the Honduran Mahogany body. Much of this wood is supposed to have amazing tonal qualities. Anyone know anything about this wood, or have an opinion on using it?