M12 used Sitka Spruce as a top, and Mahogany as a back and side wood.
Sitka Spruce - Sitka Spruce originates from North America, it’s also straight grained, light weight and strong. It can be slower to open up but is an extremely versatile as it offers an immense dynamic resonance in the high, mid and low ranges and works excellently for most music genres.
Mahogany - Quarter-sawn straight grain mahogany is light weight and hard, subsequently it delivers a fast tonal transfer, a bright and organic tone and the bass is on the warmer side.
aNueNue uses naturally air dried solid wood tops and are seasoned for years. Seasoned tops are stable, but does take time to open up and deliver a more beautiful transcendent overall tone. A solid top in comparison will possess a more complex timbre than a laminated top.
Rosewood soundhole binding is design for the elegant look. The Rosewood binding serve to protect the edges of the wood from impact.
M12 has a classic-headstock design made with a rosewood veneer in mother of pearl logo. The tuners with 1:14 gear ratio for precise tuning.
Rosewood is a hard tone wood that with open pores. It's a stable wood to be a fretboard, and also adaptable to climate changes. The 44mm nut width along with the 20-fret design, allows for endless tonal possibilities.
Bridge / Saddle
The oval-shaped rosewood bridge helps support the string tension. The buffalo bone for the nut which is very hard and articulate. This helps the strings to vibrate and to have a deep resonance. The compensated saddle designed to provide the accurate intonation and produce the correctly pitched note.