Walnut (ply and stave)
Maple (ply and steam bent)
African Mahogany (ply and soon to be steam bent)
Birch Bubinga hybrid (ply)
Jatoba Kapur and Maple hybrid (ply)
Maple Gum hybrid (ply)
And in my opinion, there is some validity to the notion that timber species affect sound.
Fortunately, Yamaha named most of its lineup after the woods used, so I know them quite well!
Birch (Recording Custom, Stage Custom)
Maple Custom (and Maple Custom Absolute)
Kapur (Club Custom)
Mahogany/Basswood (Tama Rockstar)
This reminds me of a debate on the old RMMP Schuh Show back in the Y2s.
I'll never remember the attribution now, but apparently Gretsch is a maple shell, whose plies are all interspersed and bound together with layers of a glue, which is called "gum", and apparently this special wood/glue combo is an essential ingredient in that GGS.