Instruments for sale

If you´re interested in one of these amazingly sounding fretless-beauties don´t hesitate to contact me via email (menue contact) or send me a PM on FB!

Chatty Jat

Jatoba is widely named “Brazilian Cherry,” exceptionally stiff, strong, and hard—representing a great value for woodworkers seeking high-strength, low-cost lumber.

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Don Oliviano

Because of the fruit’s economic importance, healthy, cultivated Olive trees aren’t felled for lumber; availability is generally limited to pruned branches, trimmings, and diseased/storm damaged orchard trees and prices are very high. Common uses for High-end furniture, veneer, turned objects, and small specialty wood items.

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Donna Olivia

Because of the fruit’s economic importance, healthy, cultivated Olive trees aren’t felled for lumber; availability is generally limited to pruned branches, trimmings, and diseased/storm damaged orchard trees and prices are very high. Common uses for High-end furniture, veneer, turned objects, and small specialty wood items.

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Luzy Jamiro

Goncalo Alves is commonly referred to as “Tigerwood” or “Brazilian Tigerwood” among flooring dealers. The wood has superb stiffness, strength, hardness, and durability.

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Slappy Giant

Ipe is a difficult wood to work, being extremely hard and dense. It has excellent insect resistance and superb weathering characteristics (Ipe was used for the boardwalk along the beach of New York City’s Coney Island, and was said to have lasted 25 years before it needed to be replaced: an amazing lifespan given the amount of traffic and environmental stresses put upon the wood.)
Well, when it changed its destiny to be a bass – stop stompin´ on it :-)))

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Sleepy Giant

Ipe is a difficult wood to work, being extremely hard and dense. Although it easily resists environmental stresses –
Well don`t stomp on it if it`s a bass already…:-)))
this one is a bit lighter than its sister (heavy & solid).

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