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Granadillo is often referred as Black Cocobolo. Granadillo has its origin from Mexico and Central America. This wood is available in a huge variety of colors and patterns. It looks stunning on guitar sets. Granadillo tone is similar to Rosewood. It has a broad frequency range with clear articulation and enhances sustain.
It’s harder and denser than Indian Rosewood with an extra bell-like ring. Combination of Granadillo with a Sitka spruce top is best suitable for clear and long-sustaining notes. This wood is flexible with variety of body shapes and playing styles. Granadillo tone is appealing to all guitar lovers, but it tends to be limited in availability.
|Scientific name||Platymiscium yucatanum|
|Color||Bright red to reddish or purplish brown with distinct stripes.|
|Texture||Medium to fine texture. Straight to Roey grain pattern|
|Recommendations||Fine musical instruments|