Black Limba

Black Limba originates from the West African region. The tonal effect falls between Indian rosewood and Mahogany.  Black Limba Guitar Sets backs are a popular choice in classical guitar. They assure unique look and satisfies our exotic tonal tastes.

Black limba is also called as “Super- Mahogany”, it sounds similar to mahogany but assures much responsive and sweeter media sounds. Most valuable guitars in history were made from this super hard and stable wood. It’s a risk-free option for your guitar backs and sides. The drying rate may vary from normal to fast. Black limba is a good choice for acoustic and classical guitars.

Exotic Wood Zone offers customers to Buy Black Limba Guitar Sets Online In USA

Product Specifications

Wood species Black Limba
Scientific name Terminalia superba
Weight 550/600 kg/m3
Color White with pearly cream darkens when exposed to light.
Texture Medium grain, straight or interlaced fiber.
Shipping Requires export permit
Recommendations Sensitive to fungi and termites

Shading/Appearance: Heartwood is a light yellowish to brilliant dark colored, some of the time with dim to almost dark streaks and veins. Wood with such darker figuring is alluded to as Black Limba, while plain unfigured wood is called White Limba. Sapwood is a pale grayish to yellowish dark colored, not plainly differentiated from the heartwood. Shading will in general obscure with age.

Grain/Texture: Grain is direct to marginally interlocked, with a consistently coarse surface. Moderate regular brilliance.

Endgrain: Diffuse-permeable; lone and outspread products; medium to huge pores in no particular game plan, not very many; tyloses and other heartwood stores normal; parenchyma vasicentric, winged, blended, and once in a while grouped; thin beams, separating genuinely close.

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