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The ash I've worked with always has a creamy pale yellow color to it after sanding but before any finish. once finished most would never be able to tell it from oak. I think it usually has a very busy grain pattern to it as opposed to oak.
Cherryville Chuck is the man to answer this question. One thing, though; is for certain: Ash splits straightly parallel to the grain (think baseball bats). Elm is very difficult to split in any direction and that is why it is the most preferential wood for rocker bottoms.
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