Honduran mahogany is a medium – weight wood ranging from light brown to dark brown colors. It has the native range from South Mexico to upper Amazon. Honduran Mahogany Pen Blanks wood produces a balanced and resonant tone while manufacturing guitars. Mahogany is a well-known tonewood used in guitar backs, sides, necks, and tops.
Mahogany is the most commonly used tonewood in guitar production. Mahogany is a dense wood with dark colors and close grains. The wood has a warmer tonal quality compared to Cedar and Spruce wood. The density of Mahogany wood adds a great punch and projection to the tone featuring a “woody” character.
Honduran Mahogany is available in lumber or veneer form. The tonal quality resembles a few characteristics of Rosewood. It’s available in the medium price range of imported hardwood. Mahogany is a machine-friendly wood. It’s easy to work with tools and glues well. The wood takes a beautiful finish after all the manufacturing process. Hence, it’s popular among small and huge manufacturers.