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Grenadilla

Grenadilla is a name given to a number of different African black woods, most commonly Dalbergia Melanoxylon (sometimes known as Mpingo). It is used for making musical instruments, mainly the oboe and the clarinet. In the past, other types of wood were used and were also called Grenadilla.



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