Scrappy_Squirrel Posted July 16, 2005 Report Share Posted July 16, 2005 I've pulled the trigger on all of my woods and I'd like to get started as soon as I have everything together. How long, optimally, should wood be seasoned in the build environment/climate before beginning the project? If the wood is pre-cured and dried before purchasing does it really matter? The wood I'm buying is coming from Oregon. I live in AZ but I'm moving to Oregon in a month. The cap wood I've purchased has been seasoned for a couple of months in AZ already without any movement. I'll be adding a pre-AZ-seasoned Pau Ferro neck stripe and carbon reinforcement to the neck. This will be a set neck guitar. The woods I've purchased: (*Denotes pre-seasoned in AZ/already have) (#Denotes coming from OR next week) Black Limba# (2 piece lam body) Pau Ferro* (Neck stripe) Bubinga* (1 piece body cap) Ebony# (Fingerboard) Black Limba# - quartersawn (2 piece lam neck) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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