Uncarved Guitar Braces

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Uncarved kiln-dried quartersawn stock for shaping your own guitar braces.

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Uncarved Guitar Braces Sitka spruce

Sitka spruce

Item # 4656
In stock, ready to ship!

$5.99

10 or more $5.27
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Uncarved Guitar Braces Western red cedar

Western red cedar

Item # 4658
In stock, ready to ship!

$5.70

10 or more $5.02
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Uncarved Guitar Braces Adirondack spruce

Adirondack spruce

Item # 5819
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$11.87

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Uncarved kiln-dried quartersawn stock for shaping your own guitar braces.

Sold per piece; three pieces will yield a set of Dreadnought guitar top and back braces.

Approximately 20" x 2" x 3/4"
(508mm x 50mm x 19mm)

Available in Sitka spruce and Western red cedar, plus limited-supply Adirondack spruce. See matching soundboards.


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Video: Gluing a Martin D-35 back brace

This issue of Trade Secrets is a video: Dan Erlewine glues a Martin back brace, using Scissor Jacks along with tools you can make in your own shop. After this video, we developed the Brace Gluing Wedge to simplify this job and reduce the number of tools needed.

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Brace Wood

By Clinchriver Instruments from Andersonville Tennessee
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, February 18, 2011


Very nice quarter-sawn Spruce

Great Quality

By Legra Guitars from U.K.
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, October 03, 2010


I found these billets very useful. They're a good size so there is minimum waste, they machine well (good straight grain) and they're easy to work with hand tools(chisels etc)again because of the good grain and moisture content.

Excellent quality

By Yaron Naor from Bat Hefer, Israel
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, September 18, 2010


I use mostly Sitka for my bracing and those billets are excellent quality.

I prefer it like that.

By Germain Bernard from Utuado, Puerto Rico
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, June 21, 2010


Every single piece has enough material to do a lot of work. The wood quality is excellent. And are inexpensive.

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