Mexican Granadillo is a tonewood whom demand has increase in the last years by luthiers in order to build their musical instruments. Besides, Mexican Granadillo has become a good alternative to some Rosewoods.
Regarding to the construction of classic guitar bridges, Mexican Granadillo has the needed proprieties: hardness and good sound quality. Beauty and quality in the same wood: discover this Mexican Granadillo bridges for your classic guitar in Maderas Barber.
BOTANIC NAME: Platymiscium Yucatanum
COMMON NAMES: Mexican cocobolo, Zangalicua, Mexican granadillo.
ORIGIN: Central America
DESCRIPTION: Density 800-1000 Kg/m3 .
RECOMMENDATIONS: Store it at right temperature. It is recommended to work with sharp blades.
DRYING: Slow drying speed.
USES: Guitar backs and sides, fingerboards. Castanets and marimba.