I have an AV '58 Tele that has such a wonderful piece of wood for the body. Each grain is very narrow/tight/closed, and the grains are closely spaced – far more so than any other ash body I've seen. They are also very straight all the way along the body. IME, ash has very open grains, the grain lines have more distance between each "big" line, and the lines tend to waver a bit. The guitar is quite lightweight too, and sounds incredible to me. I am not complaining by any means. It's my favorite ash body I've ever seen. I'm just wondering what might cause this, in the technical sense. Is it young, old, from a certain region, from a certain part of the tree, sawn at a certain angle, etc.? Thanks.