I always painted my soap box derby car black, and prayed for a hot day.Black drums are more resonant than white drums because black drums absorb light which heats them up, causing the wood molecules to become excited and vibrate, which adds to the resonance. Unless of course the vibration caused by the heats is out of phase with the normal vibration, in which case they are less resonant. In any case, blue drums have a lower fundamental than red drums.....nobody knows why.
Color crayons is my favorite. My wife says this. As opposed to what, clear crayons?"proteined meat" or "salty ocean"
Good to hear. I think "cray-ins" is an acceptable southern pronunciation as well, since it's still two syllables but with that southern "twang".Cray-ons. She says it right. She is from Alaska though, perhaps they have clear ones there?
She dont say no cray-ins like the restuvus inna souf.
My experience with birdseye maple goes exactly opposite what Andy said; I had a Strat which had a gorgeous birdseye maple neck, and it was the worst piece of junk; figuring is often a disease in the wood, and in the case of my neck, made for a much more flexible piece of wood compared to a normal non-figured Strat neck. It did not stay in tune. I sold that guitar, and don't miss it.