The acoustic guitar plywood backs is one of the best quality-price options to manufacture our guitar. In Maderas Barber we have different plywood, like maple, green ebony, walnut, Indian rosewood and ziricote; these woods allow us to design our guitar with the most beautiful woods and with the best properties on the market. All our backs are attached and don’t need drying, so the manufacturing process is considering reduced. The backs are composed of 3 parts; the outer face, the traverse and the inner face. All the glue used in our plating process is free of formaldehyde.
The Curly Maple is a wood widely used in the manufacture of instruments due to its beauty and acoustic properties. It’s an easy wood to work and with a simple sanding. The economic difference from the solid makes curly maple plywood an excellent choice.
Bubinga’s plywood is a strong wood, so we must be careful at the moment of work; this isn’t a problem in our plywood backs. Click on the article and discover the beauty of this wood.
The Green Ebony Plywood stand out for the figures of its mesh, the touch and of course the sonority of this wood. All these features make it one of the best options to manufacture your guitar.
When we select our wood, we must take into account that in the wood industry a very high percentage of the best trunks are used for veneer, so in Maderas Barber you can find pieces of Ovangkol with incredible color and beauty. Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the magnificent ovangkol plywood backs that we offer.
Using the Walnut for our backs plywood acoustic guitar is a wise choice, in fact the conditions of this wood make it perfect for the manufacture of our instrument. In addition, the walnut is a wood little porous and easy sanding, so the guitar completion work will be easier. Don’t think about it anymore and take your Nogal plywood backs.
The characteristic color of this wood makes the padauk a very popular option to manufacture an acoustic guitar, many guitar players combine the padauk with decorations and white wood with a magnificent result.
The acoustic properties of the Indian Rosewood are known to everyone, that’s why many guitarists choose this wood to make their instrument. The Indian Rosewood plywood is slightly less porous than solid wood. Its grain, mesh and intense color make this species one of the most used for both Acoustic and Classic Guitar.
In recent years it has gained a lot of popularity among guitar makers. The Santos Rosewood is a wood with a spectacular veining but what makes it special are the mixtures of different shades of color that intermingle with each other, creating fantastic designs for our guitars. The Machaerium scleroxylon cannot be found in the Cites appendices, so its commercialization is much simpler than that of other species.
The Sapele is certainly the most used wood manufacture of plywood guitars, this is because of the value for money offered by the wood. It is a species easy to work and despite being of lower quality, its characteristics looks like to Mahogany and the sound it projects is excellent.
The Dyed Sapele is certainly the most used wood manufacture of plywood guitars, this is because of the value for money offered by the wood. It is a species easy to work and despite being of lower quality, its characteristics looks like to Mahogany and the sound it projects is excellent.
The Sycamore is a most used wood manufacture of plywood guitars. It’s an easy wood to work and with a simple sanding. The economic difference from the solid makes c plywood an excellent choice.
Ziricote is one of the most beautiful wood species that we can find in nature and its sound qualities are amazing. Cordia dodecandra can’t be found in the Cites appendices, so its commercialization is much easier compare with others species. Conversely to the solid, for the ziricote is much more complicated that deformations or breaks in plywood pieces take place. Don’t think about it anymore and discover the magic of Ziricote.