Black Limba is native to Africa and was used by Gibson to make their famous Flying V guitars in the late 1950s. Black Limba exhibits varying degrees of brown to black with orange streaking, while grey-black streaks may be present in the heartwood. It is a close, straight-grained timber that can exhibit interlocked or wavy grain that produces an excellent figure. Bird’s-eye patterns are formed by dormant bud growths.
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