Often referred to as "African Rosewood," Bubinga has become a popular choice for musical instruments and fine decorative pieces. It showcases gorgeous grain patterns and a myriad of reddish brown tones with purple veining. These thin boards are machined S4S to 1/8" and 1/4" thicknesses, eliminating wear…
…resourcefulness, ingenuity, and loads of character, the homemade instruments in this book will spark your imagination and inspire you to build your own. Handyman Mike Orr leads you through the process of building eight low-cost instruments, including a one-string soup can guitar, a hubcap banjo, and a…
A fun project for woodworkers and musicians of all ages! The kit includes 25 bars enough for two complete chromatic octaves plus instructions for building aclassic wooden base. Makes a great gift. Wood and hardware sold separately.
…Due to advances in tooling and woodworking techniques, these days Birdseye Maple is a common fixture in private jets, high class automobiles, musical instruments, architectural panels, kitchen utensils, entertainment centers, picture frames, high end cabinets and furniture, jewelry boxes, pool cues, and…
…brown streaks throughout, which creates beautiful tones and patterns when turned. It is also hard and lightweight, making it ideal for bowls, musical instruments and more. Several blank sizes available as listed.
…pleasing interaction with light. It is no surprise, then, that curly maple has become a woodworker's favorite for accents, specialty furniture, musical instruments, and more.
Versatile enough for almost any size case! Protects from scuffs and scratches.Sold in packs of 4. Nickel finish.
Basswood is the ideal stock choice for woodcarvers, music instrument makers, or creating your own set of shutters! Known by many as a "soft" hardwood, basswood comes from the Family Tiliaceae, the wood is known for its tight grain. Basswood grows to about 65 feet tall and has an average weight of 26…
…and hobbies, it maintains pressure up to 600 psi for incredible dispensing power. Works to repair/reglue furniture joints, veneer, laminates, musical instruments and more. Use with water based glues. Includes solid brass nozzle with 1/32" opening. Additional nozzles also available.
Often referred to as "African Rosewood", Bubinga has become a popular choice for musical instruments and fine decorative pieces. It showcases gorgeous grain patterns and a myriad of reddish brown tones with purple veining.
…pleasing interaction with light. It is no surprise, then, that curly maple has become a woodworker's favorite for accents, specialty furniture, musical instruments, and more. 3/4" Thick. NOTE: The lumber on this page is offered in random widths from 3" to 6" and is priced in units of square feet (SF). To…
True to its name, Violin Varnish is highly recommended for musical instruments because of it's elasticity and ability to resonate. It also makes a superb finish for a variety of other applications because of its hard, elastic, water resistant film. Made from a balanced blend of pure Super Blonde shellac…
…Similar to standard cherry, curly cherry is a popular choice for cabinetry, but its uses also extend into specialty high-end projects like musical instruments, boat or car interiors, decorative turnery, toys, and carving. NOTE: The lumber on this page is 3/4" thick and offered in random widths from…
De-Glue Goo dissolves water-based glues and is recommended in the repair and building of furniture and musical instruments.Quickly and safely removes old glue to give you a great bond!All naturalNon-toxic
Harvested from the forests of Guatemala, Hormigo wood is often used in the construction of musical instruments such as the marimba. The main color of the wood is a warm reddish-orange with grain patterns varying from banding to curly flame accents. A beautiful, dense wood to turn with sharp tools to…
…complements the darker heartwood nicely. Granadillo is hard and dense, has a fine texture, and a bright, ringing tone that has made it popular for musical instruments, especially marimba and xylophone bones. It is also sought after as a substitute for cocobolo and Honduras rosewood, since unlike those woods…