Bloodwood Sides (no backs)

Unlike other red-hued woods, bloodwood is not very photosensitive, so it tends to retain its reddish color over time. For this reason, it is often used as decorative binding and inlay by luthiers and furniture makers alike. It is remarkably dense so it is well suited for fingerboards, bridge blanks, and backs and sides.

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