Used for a wide rang of products from flooring to furniture and is a staple for hardwoods in Belize.
It’s grain and color can vary slightly depending on the soil and climate it grows in.
The color sometimes resembles a very tight grained Bubinga and is also used as a Mahogany substitute when material is found that matches closely in color. We have a good supply of it now and is available for purchase.
Thanks Rich, Got the wood yesterday FRI. Looks great I’m looking FWD to working with it on the next Axe its ear marked for….