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Bubinga is a high-rated wood due to its exciting properties. Manufacturers manipulate it carefully because of the hardness and texture. Bubinga also called as African Rosewood. It has been used for years in the production of classic guitar.  If you wish to have a guitar with traditional sound and exciting look, then choose Bubinga wood for your guitar backs and sides.

The wood is dense, hard and heavy, but the attractive color and interlocking texture makes it unique. Bubinga sounds closer to rosewood and yet available at affordable price tag. It has a better quality and useful in making highly-priced instruments. The drying process is done slowly and carefully to avoid the risk of cracks and deformation.

Wood species Bubinga
Scientific name Guibourtia spp
Weight 700-910 kg/m3
Color Orange red, Often veined in darker red.
Texture Requires less grain filling with a finer texture.
Shipping Requires export permit
Recommendations Also used for drop-tops and veneer