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  1. I am interested in an SJ200 Studio which has a spruce top, but a walnut back and sides. Wondering if anyone has played one and what the tone is like compared to a maple body or a rosewood? I have a solid body guitar that has a sapele back and a walnut top, and it has a darker woodier tone than similar guitars with mahogany body and maple top. The SJ-200 also has a walnut fingerboard and of all the guitars I've owned they were either ebony, rosewood, or maple fingerboards. There are no guitar shops near me stocking this model for me to go and try out so wondering if anyone has any experience with the tone of them. I like the slightly simpler look of the studio and see that the body is a little slimmer than an old school SJ200. Plus the studio is quite a bit less expensive than the Vintage, Deluxe, or Standard. I realize tone is subjective to each individual, but any help would be appreciated.
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