• Old World Tonewood Company - Catalog

    Welcome and thank you for visiting the Old World Tonewood Company catalog - Your source for the finest European Tonewood. We offer quality Spruce and Maple tonewood ...

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    Electric Guitar Bodies + Necks + Wood at Stewart-MacDonald - your source for guitar parts, tools, and supplies.

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    Guitar Neck Blanks Each guitar neck blank listed below is an exceptional, instrument grade piece of wood. They contain no visible flaws and are kiln dried to six ...

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  • YouSelect! - Spruce Top for Archtop Guitar - Old World Tonewood

    Welcome to the source for fine European Tonewood - 'red' spruce (Picea abies) and 'sycamore' maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) selected from trees of the Carpathian Mountains.

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    All neck blanks are quartersawn*, unless otherwise specified.*Quartersawn is understood to be 90° with up to 25° variance acceptable off perfect quarter. The parts ...

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