Hi. I just received the body pictured from Warmoth. Obviously amazing looking. Thinking of either light satin lacquer clearcoat or tung oil. I have done some reading since buying it and it seems like the opinions of what rosewood bodies sound like are all over the place. Warmoth says it is warm. OK, makes sense. Rosewood fretboards are pretty warm sounding. However other places maintain it is very forward and bright. Tapping it indicates a fairly high resonant frequency, higher than a black Korina I'm working on. This is non-chambered, weighs a ton, and am matching it with a solid rosewood neck. I love the look but have a swamp ash and really don't want another bright tele. Obviously I can choose pickups to try to compliment, but I haven't touched the body (OK, I rubbed spit on a corner to see how it will look) and can still return it. I know all woods vary, but I'm looking for the general character. I had the Don Grosh alder strats once and they all sounded different but none sounded like ash or mahogany, you know? Thanks.