The Holy Grail of instrument woods, Brazilian Rosewood is the coveted hardwood by which all other tone woods in the World are judged. It is known for its sweet, fragrant aroma and incredible acoustical qualities. The rich, even color of Brazilian Rosewood can range from dark brown, brick red, orange, and even black. Rare on the World Market, this hardwood cannot be shipped outside of the USA. Our wood is cut from reclaimed stumps from trees that were cut in the 1960's and 1970's. Brazil. These are taper cut and have a gradual taper from the maximum width at one end to the minimum width at the other end. They are flat and could possibly be resawn for sides. W17547: Sapwood edge has pin holes. Heartwood edge has some surface checks. A little rough on edges but a nice blank overall. W17548: Tapers to 3-3/8" width 11" from the narrow end. This is from a rough edge. Black spots are small pin holes. Quarter to rift sawn. Nice red and black colors!
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