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Flat-sawn Bracewood, produced with the finest tonewood fiber in the world. Procured from salvage sourced old-growth Sitka Spruce.

Next best to the ultimate split face flat sawn brace stock is this just flat sawn, without the split face. The reason is, when you resaw a flatsawn wide board into boards the result is a VG cut board. That is a Vertical grain cut brace. See the photo. I have penciled a rough example of the brace profile, and on the other board, penciled the VG cuts.

This product is sold by 1 board foot volume 1 bdft = 144 cu. inches

We have been told by luthiers that 1 bdft should be enough for bracing of 2 guitars.

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    “ Procured from salvage sourced old-growth Sitka Spruce.” From what was this Sitka spruce salvaged?
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    Q “ Procured from salvage sourced old-growth Sitka Spruce.” From what was this Sitka spruce salvage...... Read more
    Asked by Rasmus Zandvliet on August 28, 2021 4:19 AM
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  2. what are the dimension's of the flat sawn brace wood ?
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    Q what are the dimension's of the flat sawn brace wood ? answer now
    Asked by John Phillips on May 28, 2019 2:35 PM
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    This bracewood and other Bracewood cuts/products are 1" +/- thick x 23-23.5" long and random width, Generally between 2"- 6".

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