#1
its called meranti. is it any good for guitars?
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#2
please rename your post...


never heard of it
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#4
It will work just fine. Its what a lot of companies that use for the core of their laminated body acoustics. It's a bit lighter than mahogany and it looks somewhat similar to mahogany. I've thought about using maranti but then I got a good deal on actual mahogany so I never ended up trying it. The wood tends to splinter when you work with it so it's a bit more difficult to build with than your traditional tonewoods and that is why it isn't used very often for guitars.
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#5
meranti tells you where its from, but not the specific species, as there are too many speces in the area to keep seperate stocks, it should be useable for guitar though
#6
thanks for your help really apreciate
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