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Well, I've been here four years now, so you'd expect me to be starting to use a few Aussie woods. and I am. For my cheaper work I'm gradually phasing African mahogany out and Queensland maple in. For my fancier work, I'm currently building with some lovely Victorian blackwood, and pictured below is a guitar with back and sides laminated with jarrah veneer. For necks I'm using Fiji mahogany and New Guinea rosewood.
Really love the jarrah. My childhood was spent with a father building a clinker-built boat out of jarrah, and it is a tough, but beautiful, timber.
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