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Honduran Rosewood

It compares well to Brazilian Rosewood, and many claim it is superior, producing a well-balanced sounding guitar with great projection and strong lows and highs. In fact, during the 50’s and 60’s the great Spanish makers considered it to be the only acceptable substitute to Brazilian Rosewood! The grain lines are unusually tight and straight. The color ranges from a rich mauve to a brownish brick red with tight growth rings and occasional dark brown to black ink lines.