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East Indian Rosewood Dreadnought Guitar Back & Sides

Mostly lot of Luthiers just love to us for their Guitar Back and Sides the most popular wood- East Indian Rosewood.

East Indian Rosewood Dreadnought Guitar Back & Sides


0 Comments14,Dec,2017

CITES VS ROSEWOOD  With the implementation of new CITES law for Rosewood and all species of Dalbergia Latifolia on 2nd of January 2017, the life of guitar players changed upside down. We are going to share some very important links and explain the formalities so if you are looking to export or import and handle […]

Which Guitar Fretboard Wood Is Right For You?
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Ebony is known for its clear, crisp attack which is often even brighter than maple. It has a similar density to maple, but has oilier pores and more brittle grains.  Due to the very tight grains in the wood, ebony does not require a finish and this gives the fingerboard a very slick, fast playing […]

Pen Blanks
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Pen turning has always attracted woodworkers with a taste for highly finished, eye-catching work and a need or desire to keep their investment in space, money and time to a minimum. With a compact set of tools and equipment and a very modest investment in supplies, almost anyone can be cranking out hand turned pens […]