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#1 posted 04-01-2010 08:16 PM

I like contrasting tones as well, but was thinking to use it more as a highlight than a feature.

Rich, I have the FWW issue you speak of. I think that was the article that made me question my sanity. Especially their comment about cherry/ash being a no-no because of the grain difference. Walnut has a more pronounced grain though, doesn’t it? I’ve never worked with walnut before, but have a small stack of it in my garage/shop.

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