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DIMENSIONS: 560X30/200X40 mm. BOTANIC NAME: Picea abies. COMMON NAMES: European Spruce, Red Sruce, Picea, Spruce. ORIGIN: Europe DESCRIPTION: Density 440-470 Kg/m3. Colour varying from yellowish white to reddish yellow. Sapwood not clearly demarcated from heartwood. Straight and fine grain. Growth rings are visible and strongly marked....
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Dimensions: 700x85x25 mm Botanical Name: Milettia laurentii. Origin: Central africa Density: 830 kg/m3 Quality: These pieces are not classified by qualities and are included within a medium standard of quality, in other words, when we select them we reject the cracked pieces, with serious defects, or broken or useless ones. Therefore, we will always...
Fijian Mahogany Classical Guitar Sides General Description: Fijian Mahogany Classical Guitar Sides are a high-quality, sustainable choice. Fijian Mahogany is a hard and resistant wood, with a beautiful reddish color that varies from a light to a dark red tone. This wood is ideal for the construction of musical instruments due to its stability and ability...
Classic Guitar Rossettes
Measures: Inner Diameter: 100 mm Width: 18 mm Thickness: 1 mm Description: Classical guitar rosette with central frieze in floral motifs in black green, red and orange with a cream-colored background. Outer and inner profile with black and white border in the shape of a cross.
African Exotic Ebony
Dimensions: 181x58x12 mm Botanical Name: Diospyros crassiflora Hiern. Coomon Name: Royal Ebony Origin: Central Africa Density: 1030-1050kg/m3 Quality: These pieces are not classified by qualities and are included within a medium standard of quality, in other words, when we select them we reject the cracked pieces, with serious defects, or broken or...
Overview Malaysian Blackwood Classical / Acoustic Guitar Single Side: Malaysian Blackwood is a premium tonewood that is well suited for all guitar types. Denser than most Dalbergias, its glassy, sustained tone is often compared to that of African blackwood. However, it is slightly less brittle and, unlike the former, most sets have attractive dark...