TRDSS_033

Top, Redwood, dreadnought

$133.19

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 a tricky wood to buy. The usual factors are not reliable indicators of stiffness and tone. It seems, that only one in very many trees is 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.

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Choose how you want your top serviced. If you are having us inlay a rosette, skip this step as the joining is included with a rosette inlay. 

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  • Join and sand top to .115" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVTJS115)

    $25.00
    Join and sand top to .115" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVTJS115)

    $25.00
  • Join and sand top to .110" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVTJS110)

    $25.00
    Join and sand top to .110" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVTJS110)

    $25.00
  • Sand unjoined top to .115" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVT115)

    $25.00
    Sand unjoined top to .115" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVT115)

    $25.00
  • Sand unjoined top to .110" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVT110)

    $25.00
    Sand unjoined top to .110" - skip this step if you are having your rosette inlaid. (ref: SVT110)

    $25.00
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Choose your rosette and then in the next step choose "inlay rosette and we will inlay it as shown in the drawing. 3-ring rosettes include the inner and outer ring purfling PFLMSH5. 

If you would like to buy a rosette but don't choose to have your rosette inlaid, you can select it, but don't choose the inlay option. 

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If you have elected to have us join your top, you may also wish to have us profile it. We will profile your top to the shape you choose leaving approximately 1/4 inch of extra material beyond the outline. This excess material can be removed later, once your box is complete, using a router with a flush trim bit or by other appropriate means. 

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  • Profile joined top to dreadnought shape based on our PL48 plan (ref: SVPTD)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to dreadnought shape based on our PL48 plan (ref: SVPTD)

    Bandsaw profile your joined top or back to approximately 1/4" of a PL48 dreadnought plan profile.  

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to cutaway dreadnought shape based on our PL48C plan (ref: SVPTCUTD)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to cutaway dreadnought shape based on our PL48C plan (ref: SVPTCUTD)

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to OM/000 shape based on our PL34 plan (ref: SVPTOM)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to OM/000 shape based on our PL34 plan (ref: SVPTOM)

    Bandsaw profile your joined top or back to approximately 1/4" of a PL34 OM/000 plan profile.

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to cutaway OM/000 shape based on our PL34C plan (ref: SVPTCUTOM)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to cutaway OM/000 shape based on our PL34C plan (ref: SVPTCUTOM)

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to classical shape based on our PL42/PL64 plan (ref: SVPTC)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to classical shape based on our PL42/PL64 plan (ref: SVPTC)

    Bandsaw profile your joined top or back to approximately 1/4" of a PL64 classical profile. 

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to parlor (small orchestra) shape based on our PL29 plan (ref: SVPTP)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to parlor (small orchestra) shape based on our PL29 plan (ref: SVPTP)

    Bandsaw profile your joined top or back to approximately 1/4" of a PL29 parlor/small concert plan profile. 

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to flamenco shape based on our PL75 plan (ref: SVPTF)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to flamenco shape based on our PL75 plan (ref: SVPTF)

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to J-45/J-50 shape based on our PL67 plan (ref: SVPTG)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to J-45/J-50 shape based on our PL67 plan (ref: SVPTG)

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to J-185 shape based on our PL72 plan (ref: SVPTSJ)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to J-185 shape based on our PL72 plan (ref: SVPTSJ)

    $5.00
  • Profile joined top to J-200 shape based on our PL55 plan (ref: SVPTJ)

    $5.00
    Profile joined top to J-200 shape based on our PL55 plan (ref: SVPTJ)

    $5.00
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Wood Species
Redwood
Shipping Restrictions - Location
No Restrictions
Grade
Mixed
Size
Dreadnought or smaller
Length
20" or 50.8cm
Thickness
.120"+ or 3mm+
Top Width
Lower bout 15 1/2" or 39.37cm Upper bout 11 1/2" or 29.27cm
Serial Number
033

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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 a tricky wood to buy. The usual factors are not reliable indicators of stiffness and tone. It seems, that only one in very many trees is 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.

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