Luthiers are a different breed with very exacting needs – often happy to sort through mountains of wood to select that specific piece with the perfect combination of grain, color and taptone.With my love for wood and music (and guitars in particular), it is only natural that I dabble in this aspect of the wood trade. I am a life member of the Guild of American Luthiers (www.luth.org) and over the years have formed some fantastic and enduring professional relationships with a number of highly talented luthiers, many of whom are also now long term friends.America has a number of specialist lutherie wood suppliers and we don’t intend to take on any of these stalwarts—so you can breathe easily Luthiers Mercantile, Allied Lutherie and Stewmac 😉We do have some great offers for you luthiers out there though, for example:
- Over 4000 sets of superb quarter-cut East Indian Rosewood backs and sides
- We have lesser quantities of Bubinga and East Indian Satinwood backs and sides
- Recently we’ve got in 1200 tops of superb Engelmann Spruce.