Mexican Granadillo stands out for two reasons: on one side, it reflects a very fresh and special sound, on the other side, it has a really good tolerance to fungus attacks that harm the wood due to it has a high natural durability.
Besides, it’s very valued for its brown tones.
Its stability and acoustic properties makes Mexican Granadillo a great option for acoustic guitar sides: discover the quality of this wood at Maderas Barber.
BOTANICAL NAME: Dalbergia granadillo
ORIGIN: Central America
SUGGESTIONS: It’s recommended to keep it in places with no abrupt temperature changes and also to be used with very sharpen blades.
DRYING: Drying speed is slow.
USES: Mexican Granadillo is very valued by luthiers due to its acoustic properties. Crafts, knife handles, castanets and marimba keys.