I watched and thought the programme didn't make a clear connection between the endangered status of the silky sifaka and logging, illegal or otherwise.
Peter Oberg wrote: I for one am really starting to feel like building only with domestic lumber. So many of the trees we use take decades to grow and their harvesting is clearly contributing to a blight affecting in some small way all of us.
Dave, I basically agree, but at least some woods seem to be being managed in a sustainable manner. African Blackwood comes to mind.
Adam S D wrote:...Walnut (both english and american black grow here) is also a good wood for back and sides (though the english variety can be a little on the dull side to look at)...
Adam S D wrote:...The main problem though as I see it, is convincing players that a guitar does not have to have Brazilian Rosewood back and sides, ebony fingerboard etc in order to be a great guitar...
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