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#1 posted 03-03-2014 01:27 PM

Think about the amount of time and effort you’re going to put into the project. Think about the fact that this is going to end up in your home, and you’re going to have to look at it for years. If you want oak or cherry, buy oak or cherry. Especially if you intend to use mostly hardwoods in the future, you might as well learn and practice on hardwoods. Buy a bit extra so you have some stock to make mistakes on. The cost of the wood only hurts once.

-- John

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