Thank you! I agree the myrtle is visually striking. I hope I do not disappoint you but this is probably not the thread to make a superlative comment about the effect of wood in this instance as it would be a disservice to the rest of the details on the guitar such as the scale length, the pickups that are going in it (14K in the bridge and 10K in the neck, so relatively high output in series humbucker though designed to be split). Overall, the guitar has a warm, smooth sound that is characteristic of some Les Pauls. How much of that is attributable to the myrtle top and back in light of the 24.75" scale length, sapele body and neck, pickups, etc. I can not say with certainty. Anyway, here is my entry for the day! Enjoy!