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#1 posted 644 days ago

Pine or poplar are good for practice and finished pieces. I see from your profile you are near Reno. Google hardwoods reno see what comes up and then visit some of the cabinet shops see where they get thir wood. Reno is big enough there should be a couple of hardwood suppliers.

Bruce
Boise, ID

-- Bruce, Boise, ID


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