Latin: Cordia dodecandra Origin: Central America and Mexico
Ziricote is one of the prized tonewoods used in guitar making. It grows from Mexico through Central America and is easy to work with, turns and finishes well. It is one of the more expensive exotic hardwoods due to the demand. The medium to dark brown coloring has a gray cast and strong black lines that can be compared to a landscape pattern. It is commonly used in musical instruments, gun/knife handles, furniture and turnings.
Below is an old video of Rocky showing Ziricote guitar sets that we had on sale back in 2014. This sale is not currently running.
Fine to medium texture with good luster
Straight to slightly interlocked
Can have allergy sensitivity for those with Rosewood allergies
Medium to dark brown with a gray hue and distinct black lines, sap is pale yellow contrasting
|Product Name||Size||Price||Add to Cart|
|ZIRICOTE 1.25x1.25x6||1.25x1.25x6||$4.65||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE 1x1x12||1x1x12||$5.32||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE 1x1x6||1x1x6||$2.66||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE 1x1x8||1x1x8||$3.99||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE KNIFE BLANK||1x1.5x5||$6.01||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE KNIFE BLANK||1x1.5x6||$7.21||Add To Cart|
|ZIRICOTE PEN BLANKS 5/8"||5/8X5/8X5-6||$1.82||Add To Cart|