AA Cocobolo Classical Guitar Backs
If you add to your order the same wood backs/sides, our team of professionals will take care of the matching of the set. If you do not want them to be matched, you can leave your request in the "Comments" section.
- Dimensions: (550x200x4 mm)x2
- Botanical Name: Dalbergia retusa
- Origin: Mexico.
- Density: 990 – 1250 Kg/m3
Requires CITES Certificate for export out of the European Union
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