A conifer species native to the Pacific Coast of the U.S.A. It became well known during World War II because of its use in airplane construction. Widely used for sounding boards and tonewoods in the manufacture of musical instruments.
Item Number: IW33374
This is a large conifer species growing along the Pacific Coast of the U.S.A. At one time most wooden shingles used in the U.S.A. were cut from Western Red Cedar. Old-growth billets with little or no grain run-out produce excellent tonewood for guitars and other musical instruments.
These sets are from a new batch we have just received. They are stiff, great tone and sustain, crispy texture. Some of the nicest we have had in years and some of the best Cedar we have ever seen.
Item Number: IW33240