There was a time in my life, when I wasn’t interested in a guitar if it wasn’t Rosewood. Funny what changes time can bring. I only have one Rosewood guitar now. (Out of a dozen acoustics) . It’s a J-45 RW. Not quite as resonant as many other Rosewood guitars, & that’s why I like it. Most of mine are mahogany, but I love my J-200, as well as my Dove. The only other one I have that’s not mahogany is a 1920’s Oscar Schmidt Galiano. It’s all Birch, which has a wonderful tone. It is in desperate need of having the frets filed down. Just waiting for a few extra bucks to have this done. I find most Rosewood guitars to be over powering. I love a nice AJ, or D-28, but for my preference I find them to be too much. If that makes any sense? I like them but they aren’t for me.