Top, Redwood, dreadnought
We are always delighted to carry Redwood tops as these majestic trees, growing 200-400 feet high and for hundreds and sometimes thousands of years, are easily encountered near us in Northern California.
Redwood is tricky. The usual factors are not reliable indicators of stiffness and tone. Few trees are qualified to produce excellent tonewood, we end up passing on much of the material we look at. It's a challenging quest, but well worth it when we are successful, as Redwood can create a guitar of unsurpassed responsiveness and richness of tone.
Redwood is more susceptible to dents and cracks than Spruce, though once the guitar is finished you shouldn't expect any problems. Take care to handle your top carefully, keep your workplace clean, use sharp tools, and rout with a downcut bit.
Product DescriptionDon't forget to save your customization to be able to add to cart
Click on the choices below to customize your product
here is the list of option we recommend to chooseYou can click on item you want to choose
Are you sure you want to add to cart without choose them?
Share your customization with your firendsDownload image
Please update your browser
You are using an outdated version of your browser. To enjoy an optimal experience on our site, please update it.
- The one you see is the one you get.
- Wood Species
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- No Restrictions
- Dreadnought or smaller
- 20" or 50.8cm
- .120"+ or 3mm+
- Top Width
- Lower bout 15 1/2" or 39.37cm Upper bout 11 1/2" or 29.27cm
- Serial Number