Oregon Black Walnut was planted by early settlers of the Oregon's Willamette Valley for shade and for the edible nuts that the tree produces.   Walnut also yields some of the most aesthetically pleasing and best-sounding timbers found anywhere in the world.
The voice of an instrument built with Oregon Walnut tends to be characterized by rich bass, a slightly scooped & woody mid-range, with a sweet treble.  Oregon Walnut and Coastal Redwood are a perfect match for fingerstyle players, light strummers and singer songwriters seeking a guitar which offers stunning good looks, even response and epic sustain.
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