African Walnut

(Shedua)
(Guibourtia Ehie)

OTHER COMMON NAMES: Shedua, Ovankol, Amazakoue’, Amazoue, Ehie, Mozambique

Note: Ovankol/Shedua ranges in color from Light Yellowish Brown to Dark Greyish Brown. Ovankol/Shedua are brother & sister to Bubinga (G. Demeusei).

NOTE: Bubinga Neck Strips have been replaced by Ovankol/Shedua. Flamed Ovankol/Shedua Top woods are also in stock as well in place of figured Bubinga. These two woods are brother & sister.

 

CR6V African Walnut

Origin Western Equatorial Africa
Avg. Weight (@ 6-8% moisture) 4.4 Lbs per Bd. Ft.
Weight Classification Heavy
Where Used on Smith Basses Tops, Backs, Neck & Body Features
Tone Produced on Smith Basses Tight High Mids with Deep Lows
Stock Availability Light to Dark, Attractive Figured
Avg. Age of Wood in Stock 8-18 Years Acclimated (Kiln & Air Dried)