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Violin/Mandolin Wood: 

We currently have lots of nice hand-split billets of Alaskan Sitka right now for violin/mandolin, 8-9 years old...
These are in billet form--with one face planed--that require resawing into sets...
They are oversized, so you don’t need to be an expert sawyer to get your sets out of the billet...

25.00 per set...

We are low on Engelmann sets right now for all instruments, but occasionally get old wood in...

Keep an eye on the Specials Page...

Resawn Bigleaf Maple sets for violin/mandolin are 40.00, including ribstock...

If you need the long F5 side, it’s 10.00 extra...
Figurings include fiddleback (on the quarter, slab, or skew), and quilted on the slab...
One piecers are 50.00...

Neckblocks are 15.00...

Viola Wood:

Same stock as above....

Tops are 30.00, and backs (with ribs) are 50.00...                                                 Neckblocks are 20.00...                                                                                                 


Cello Wood:

Hand-split non-resawn billets in Sitka Spruce are                                                      150.00...                                                                                                                            Nice split....

Check for availability on maple cello sets...

Archtop Guitar Wood:

Hand-split non-resawn billets in Sitka Spruce are 100.00...                                            Nice split....                                                                                                                                                         Check for availability on maple archtop sets...

I have lots of hand-split cedar billets for archtops (see pic below) in some of the nicest cedar I’ve ever seen...                                                                                                                              For archtop, or resawing your own flatops...

100.00 per...

I recommend checking out the Specials Page for unusual tonewood offerings for all the above instruments....

Thanks!

Bruce

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