Give more to your instruments
The most critical part of a guitar’s tone comes from the woods and materials that make up its construction. That's why in Exomad we have carefully selected a wide variety of tonewoods that besides providing high quality acoustics, also provide stunning textures to your instrument
Necks & Neckblocks
Long used in building classical guitars, Spanish cedar carves and works very much like mahogany. Its stability and tonal qualities are also like mahogany. The fragrance will remind you of a new Martin guitar (their linings are Spanish cedar).
Despite its name, Spanish cedar is a hardwood from the same family as mahogany. It was used to build Martin and other parlor guitars from the 1850s until around 1916. Those builders switched to mahogany when it became easier to obtain, but they still use Spanish cedar, especially for necks.
In recent years Palisander Santos fingerboards have become quite popular—especially with electric guitar builders—due to its sustainability, excellent resistance to wear and ability to hold frets like a vise. Plus, its non-porous surface makes it feel silky smooth and almost effortless to play.
How They Are Made
Bolivian wood is highly valued in the global musical instrument industry, due to its technical qualities, which is reflected in instruments of high acoustic quality and performance.
Our Production Line
We have integrated into the music sector. A sector where we manufacture with high precision technology, pieces for the creation of instruments such as violins and guitars