M1 used Spruce as a top, and Mahogany as a back and side wood.
Spruce - Spruce is straight grained, yellowish white in color, light weight and strong in structure. Although Spruce takes time to open up, it relinquishes crispy clear sounds over a wide tonal spectrum. It is excellent for both strumming and finger-style playing.
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.
At aNueNue when we use laminated Spruce, we place the straight grain spruce veneers at each side and for the center we use Poplar wood to ensure that the whole construction is light weight, stable and climate adaptable.
The Celluloid white binding serve to protect the edges of the wood from impact.
M1 has a classic-headstock design made with a mahogany veneer in laser-etched 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 Synthetic Bone for the nut which is very hard and articulate. This helps the strings to vibrate and to have a deep resonance.