of Canadian Spruce
Sitka Spruce softwood splinters easily when worked with machines or hand
tools. It has moderate nail-holding capacity, average paint-holding
capacity, and glues relatively easily. Canadian spruce wood contains
a multitude of hard knots that dull sharp blades. Compare to
Engelmann Spruce, Sitka Spruce is bigger in size and tend to be
pinky in color.
We process spruce logs into cants for export to Music
Industries and Japanese Markets for producing: 1. Guitar Tops, Piano Soundboards, Violin.
2. Japanese temple use such as Toba (Sotoba). This is a special product can only be
exported with special orders.