B/S White Ash, flamed, dreadnought
White Ash is a species native to the United States. It is a cousin of Swamp Ash which is a wood commonly used on solid body guitars, White Ash is typically denser and stiffer as the trees grow in higher elevations. It’s harder than Maple and has a slightly more complex and lively tap tone. Very light in color, with a subtle gray cast, expect straight vertical grain lines of light brown. The most striking and attractive aspect of this wood is the intense, tight curl pattern that rivals the most highly figured Maple.
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This is a wood that begs for an amber, rust or burnt orange dye coating, or better yet, a sunburst finish. It requires some pore filling, is stable and glues and finishes well. Bending is not intrinsically difficult but because of the heavy flame, additional care is required.
- The one you see is the one you get.
- Wood Species
- White Ash
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- No Restrictions
- Dreadnought or smaller
- .120"+ or 3mm+
- Back Width
- Lower bout 15 1/2" or 39.37cm Upper bout 11 1/2" or 29.27cm
- Back Length
- 20" or 50.8cm
- Serial Number