Oyster River Tone Woods
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Bruce

Grant

 

Quality wood for building musical instruments, (Luthier Woods), Figured Instrument Woods, Musical Tone Woods, Englemann Spruce, Big leaf Maple, Sitka Spruce,

British Columbia woods for construction of high quality musical instruments.

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1-888-871-7111

We also have top quality Burls
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The main species being

FIGURED BIG LEAF MAPLE,

SITKA AND ENGLEMANN SPRUCE

AND WESTERN RED CEDAR.

Click on the links above and at the left to see samples of our products.

We supply some of the finest instrument woods available.

Only wood of the highest quality is used, therefore our on hand inventory
varies from time to time as different species become available.

Acoustic instruments consist of four main parts neck, top, back and sides.
The tops are cut and sold as two buy crypto with credit card piece bookmatched sets.
The backs are also cut and sold as two piece bookmatched sets including the sides.

Electric guitars consist of neck. back and lamtop (figured big leaf maple)
The lamtops are cut and sold as two piece bookmatched set 1/4" to1" thick depending on the type of guitar being built.

We can also cut to your dimensions and specifications
Email us Bruce or Grant or call for quote.

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Sets are graded as 5A (the very best)

4A( good quality)

3A (medium quality)

and are priced accordingly.

All prices are in U.S. FUNDS

Unfortunately we are unable to use credit cards at this time, payment can be made by check, money order or bank draft.

Shipping is usually via U.P.S. and paid by the purchaser.

CALL TOLL FREE
1-888-871-7111
Email us
Bruce

Grant

Oyster River Tone Woods
is located on
Vancouver Island,
British Columbia, Canada.

 

 

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