Honduras Mahogany Neck Blank for Acoustic Guitar

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One of the best woods for woodworking. Mahogany sands easily, routered edges stay crisp and sharp, and it accepts stains and finish.

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Honduras Mahogany Neck Blank for Acoustic Guitar

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One of the best woods for woodworking. Mahogany sands easily, routered edges stay crisp and sharp, and it accepts stains and finish.

Fine wood for building your own neck.
For over 40 years we've supplied select neck wood to instrument makers. Each kiln-dried planed neck blank is a solid piece that's ready for bandsawing and shaping in your shop. Sizes include sufficient wood for adding headstock "ears."

About our mahogany neck blanks
Used in traditional guitarmaking, genuine mahogany is very stable, dense, and is one of the best woods for woodworking; it sands easily, routered edges stay crisp and sharp, and it accepts stains and finish. Unsurpassed working and finishing qualities.

The Honduras Mahogany species is secure and plentiful, though international trade is restricted. The supply of our wood is from sustained yield forests and is CITES certified.

Sized for building a steel-string acoustic guitar neck. Quartersawn blank is approximately
4" thick x 3" wide x 23" long
(101.60mm x 76.20mm x 584.20mm)





Our online instructions Neck Construction Tips and Techniques include tips for adding headstock "ears," routing for a truss rod, laminating a classical guitar heel, and more.


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Unstable

By Mark Lacey from Nashville
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 13, 2014


I did not use this wood right away but when I cut it closer to the size I wanted the wood moved considerably.

Love the Sipo

By cknob from Media, PA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, December 21, 2011


Very good except sometimes the quartersawn is closer to riftsawn but stability doesn't suffer.

A very good substitution for honduran mahogany

By Ricardo Fonseca from SP, Brazil
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Very nice blank, light in weight, regular grain pattern, no visual defects, and looks very similar to honduran mahogany. Also it was delivered real quick to my door. My only complain is that if it could have its surfaces flat and square it would be much better. I recently bought a blank from another supplier and it arrived in a so good shape that just a light sanding was enough to get it ready for production work. Anyway, this is real good stuff that I recommend.



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