Here's what to know about woodworking with this wood
A lighter and less dense rosewood than other varieties from other regions. Also more porous. It accepts regular wood glue and any kind of wood finish.
Rosewood, Guatemalan grows in Latin America
Color RangeLight reddish cinnamon brown or yellowish gold, often with thin, darker reddish stripes
Other NamesHonduras Rosewood, Yucatan Rosewood
Some Typical UsesMusical instruments, decorative turnings, handles, inlay
What's the Tree Like?Matures between 60 and 100 feet tall, and can be as large as 3 feet in diameter
3.32lbs /Bd. Ft.
Woodworking with Rosewood, Guatemalan:
Ease of Finishing