African Mahogany Asymetric Body Bass / Electric Guitar
- Dimensions: 530x160x50 mm - 450x160x50 mm
- Botanical Name: Khaya ivorensis
- Origin: Cameroon.
- Density: 490-530 kg/m3
- Description: African Mahogany, or also known as Red Khaya, wood is a pale pink which darkens to dark brown with a golden glow. It has an average texture and it is a lightweight, easy drying and stable wood. The fiber can be straight or interlaced and the grain is medium. The drying rate is fast and it is an easy to work wood but requires using powerful equipments.
Requires CITES Certificate for export out of the European Union
- African Mahogany
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