Highly figured Myrtle back and sides with a Port Orford Cedar top -- both salvaged from the Oregon coast. I like to think of these two trees growing side by side on a misty Oregon hillside. I imagine that they've weathered a few storms together. Both pieces were salvaged by Kevin Connor of Wood From the West.
Myrtle and Port Orford Cedar is one of my favorite tone wood combinations! It makes for a warm, balanced instrument. Plus they look great together. And one added bonus. . . Port Orford Cedar smells amazing!