Discount per Quantity

Quantity Price % Discount
3 - 11 $12.35 5%
12 - 25 $12.09 7.00%
26 - 52 $11.31 13%
53 - 105 $10.66 18%
106 - 500 $10.27 21%
501+ $9.62 26%
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HAND SPLIT BRACEWOOD

RANDOM SIZE PIECES, SOLD BY 1/2 BDFT VOLUME [1-BDFT=144 CU.IN.At least 1 face of each board will have evidence of fiber running the length the length without or near no grain slope.

Produced with the finest tonewood fiber in the world. Procured from salvage sourced old-growth Sitka Spruce.

This product is sold by 1/2 boardfoot volume. .5 bdft = 72 cu inches[1 x 3 x 23.5 or equivalent]. We have been told by luthiers that 1/2 bdft should be enough for bracing a guitar.

2 reviews for Hand Split Sitka Spruce Bracewood

  1. jeffrey Walter (verified owner)

    Great brace wood strong and light..

  2. Ali (verified owner)

    Doesn’t get much better than this for bracewood
    Absolutely perfect

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Questions and answers from our customers.

    Are these kiln dried? Thanks.
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    Q Are these kiln dried? Thanks. answer now
    Asked by Buddy Cazee on January 9, 2022 6:31 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Our products are dried, but not in a heat/steam kiln. We have an enhanced air dry method. We sticker or crib stack our products in insulated containers that are equipped with industrial dehumidifiers and fans. The products are dried to under 8%MC before removing from our drying rooms. 

  2. Hi, Just want to confirm that $11 is for 1 board foot on the hand split sitka spruce wood? I am also looking for Cedar. do you have any western red in stock? Thanks!
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    Q Hi, Just want to confirm that $11 is for 1 board foot on the hand split sitka spruce wood? I am a...... Read more
    Asked by Jay Lim on May 4, 2020 10:48 AM
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  4. how many orders needed for bracing a guitar sound board
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    Q how many orders needed for bracing a guitar sound board answer now
    Asked by avantech1868 on May 1, 2019 3:49 PM
    Answered by the admin

    Many years ago an experienced luthier told me he would plan for 1/2 board foot 0f bracewood per guitar. So one bdft our brace wood should be enough to brace 2 instruments.

  6. How long are the boards? I need lengths of at least 30 inches.
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    Q How long are the boards? I need lengths of at least 30 inches. answer now
    Asked by Stan Wolf on August 30, 2018 4:46 AM
    Answered by the admin

    Our bracewood comes out of fall down from guitar block, so is 23 inch length. We don’t cut 30 inch block, but we do sometimes have longer block when coming to the end of a log. And in fact have some block right now that is 34+ inch long.. We can cut you some brace wood, but not split face.. but it would be sawn from split block.  Send an email to [email protected]

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