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#1 posted 08-04-2010 03:27 AM

80% of the solid wood I use is from the state I live in. I find alot of woodworkers think adding exotic wood to their projects will add some sort of extra value to the piece.

If you know how to work the grain, there is no real need to jazz up a project with fancy wood. Besides, local wood is beautiful and speaks of the area it is from.

“Those are nice ebony pegs, too bad they didn’t make that joint any tighter”

-- It's only wood.


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