High-Performance Jobillo Wood for Your Cues
Jobillo, also known as Goncalo Alves, is a highly sought-after exotic hardwood that is prized for its beauty, durability, and unique characteristics. It is a dense and heavy wood that is native to South America and is widely used in the production of high-end furniture, flooring, and musical instruments. This versatile wood is also the perfect choice for making high-quality pool cues due to its excellent resistance to moisture and wear.
Beauty and Durability
Jobillo is renowned for its stunning beauty and durability, making it a highly prized material for those seeking high-quality and long-lasting products. Its distinctive grain pattern and deep reddish-brown color give it a rich and luxurious appearance that is sure to impress. Additionally, its density and hardness make it highly resistant to scratches, dents, and other forms of wear, ensuring that your pool cue will remain in excellent condition for many years to come.
When it comes to pool cues, the quality of the materials used is crucial to achieving superior performance. Jobillo's exceptional strength and durability make it the perfect choice for crafting high-performance pool cues that offer precise control and a smooth stroke. The wood's natural oils also provide a smooth finish and excellent grip, making it easier to control your shots and achieve optimal results on the table.
Choosing Jobillo for your pool cue not only ensures superior performance and durability but also supports sustainable and responsible forestry practices. This exotic hardwood is harvested from responsibly managed forests in South America, ensuring that it is a renewable and eco-friendly choice for those who care about the environment.
Jobillo - Astronium Graveolens
Jobillo heartwood (also known as Goncalo Alves) is russet brown, orange brown, or reddish brown to red with narrow to wide irregular stripes of medium to very dark brown. After exposure it becomes brown, red, or dark reddish brown with nearly black stripes. The dingy grayish or brownish-white sapwood is sharply demarcated. It is not difficult to work in spite of its high density; it finishes very smoothly, and takes a high polish. The wood weathers well and is highly resistant to moisture absorption. This wood is also known to be called Goncalo Alves & Tigerwood.
Source Region: Guatemala
PLEASE NOTE: In addition to our standard return policy conditions, all costs incurred to ship wood back to Atlas will be at the buyer's expense. The wood cannot be machined in any way, and must have our stamp on it.
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USA, 3 to 8 in Europe. 5 to 15 for the rest of the world.
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