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Ziricote Finger Board
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Ziricote is a popular and visually stunning exotic wood which belongs to the Central American countries. It’s well known for the spiderweb or landscape grain pattern. The wood is hard and dense, which is good for turning and carving objects. Ziricote is quite expensive, approaching the cost of some Ebony species.
Ziricote has a rich and deep bass with sparkling highs. It’s most commonly used as fingerboards with a silky and smooth finish. Ziricote is a popular fretboard in terms of workability and playability. The wood is hard and works well for medium or smaller frets. The tonal quality of Ziricote is similar to Ebony, but a bit darker.
|Scientific name||Cordia dodecandra|
|Color||Medium to dark brown with either green or purple hue intermixed with black growth rings.|
|Texture||Medium to fine texture. Straight to slightly interlocked grain pattern|
|Recommendations||Acoustic and electric guitars|