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Granadillo is known throughout Central America as “the wood that sings.” It has long been considered a quite viable “rosewood alternative,” receiving greater attention and steadily growing in popularity since the exportation ban on Brazilian Rosewood, almost 25 years ago. Its density falls slightly under the mark of a typical rosewood, while not being near as oily. Granadillo is a quite beautiful wood. It has a base of brown-toned hues, highlighted by a variety of colors which can range from muted purples to reds, oranges and golds, Its pleasing aesthetics and great working and finishing properties make it a popular choice with guitar and furniture builders, alike. It has a natural luster and a high degree of chatoyance often emerges after finish sanding.
|$46.61||A||67.5 x 5.125 x 0.875 in||GRAN1006|| ||46.61|
|$34.18||AB||55 x 5.125 x 0.875 in||GRAN1005|| ||34.18|
|$53.48||AB||60.75 x 7.1 x 0.8 in||GRAN1004|| |
couple of small knots. Lovely figure
|$63.94||A||51 x 9.1 x 0.8 in||GRAN1003|| |
little bit of sap, lovely board.
|$46.60||A||61.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 in||GRAN1002|| |
slight width variation (5.5″-6.0″), but beautiful board with lovely color variation
|$39.06||A||52.8 x 5.37 x 0.8 in||GRAN1001|| |
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