Sapele - Wikipedia
Entandrophragma cylindricum, commonly known as the sapele or sapelli is a
large tree native to tropical Africa. The tree is also known as aboudikro. There are
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the mahoganylike wood of any of several African trees of the genus Entandrophragma, used for making furniture.
a tree, especially Entandrophragma cylindricum, of the mahogany family, yielding this wood.
Sapele's tonal output is consistent and balanced across the tonal spectrum,
making it compatible with a diverse range of playing styles. It's comparable to ...
Workability: Sapele can be troublesome to work in some machining operations, (
i.e., planing, routing, etc.), resulting in tearout due to its interlocked grain.
Aug 30, 2016 ... In the battle of Sapele vs Mahogany, which is the better tonewood? You may
have seen guitars with Sapele back and sides and others with ...
Hey guys. So here it is. I totally fell in love with a Martin D-15. The new ones are
made from Sapele (the one I tried)...vs the older ones that were ...
Jul 17, 2014 ... Explaining the difference between African Mahogany vs Sapele vs Utile Lumber
when it comes to color, origin, and uses. We are the mahogany ...
Nov 18, 2011 ... Sapele is an outstanding African hardwood perfect for exterior grade projects and
projects that require incomparable beauty.
It's easy to love sapele lumber, especially for furniture and cabinetry. The wood is
well-mannered when it comes to machining and working it with hand tools, ...
Gorgeous mahogany look-alike with a slightly finer texture than Honduras
Mahogany, and a typically interlocked grain. Sapele is also a lustrous wood that