Mahogany lends a bright punchy quality to an instrument.
The truth is that a note that would be sustained by a rosewood guitar decays.
Players are uncomfortable with this.
However, decay creates acoustic space. It offers fantastic definition and separation even over rapid successions of notes.
I recommend Mahogany to flatpickers or fingerstylists that are looking for an instrument that ends in Y.
A short list of these would contain woodsy springy, jangly, punchy and midrangy.
Quilted material available.