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.
Received the wood yesterday and it is amazing! My wife is already asking if I can make some furniture out of it instead of a guitar. I guess I may be calling you in the future for another project : ).