Curious if there's a non-invasive test I can perform on a guitar body to ensure it's torrefied wood. Specifically mahogany. I ordered a torrefied mahogany guitar body and it looks suspiciously like, well, regular mahogany. I've dealt with torrefied maple before and the difference is easy to see. My contact checked to make sure it had indeed been "roasted" and he said it had. The wood feels like raw mahogany really, it does't have that harder slick feeling of maple. Was really hoping to do a chemical-free guitar but by the looks of things, I'll need to coat it with something. I'm leaning towards matte/satin nitro at this point given my preference for such guitars.