Compared to cherry, walnut, and maple, the dogwoods appear to have a softer, yet deep sound. The word used most often by the owners is "rich" sounding. I love doing the woodburning, and carving, for the sound-holes. Makes the dulcimers more presonal.
Aha, than you for explaining it to me Jack! I enjoyed your video.
How does dogwood sound I wonder compared to other woods? I know it sure is beautiful. Love the added touch of the dogwood flowers there.