Pacific Rim Tonewoods: Where Guitars Start Their Journey

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If you own an acoustic guitar by Gibson, Martin, Collings or Taylor, you might wonder where its wood came from. And if you live in Washington State, the answer might be a little closer to home than you expected. Pacific Rim Tonewoods, a specialty sawmill located in the Skagit Valley about 16 miles east of Sedro-Woolley, processes between $4 and $10 million dollars annually in spruce, maple and koa wood for instrument manufacturers big and small READ MORE

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