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Old 23-12-2011, 16:47   #16
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Re: Wood Type For Painted Headlining

Sequoya (Redwood), NO western Red (burns like hell) Port Orford (beautiful), Marple (beautiful grain), Parana Pine (if you still can get it), - personally I would go for Redwood. Does not burn, is very safe to use, not really spectacular of grain but for headlining it wil do. Finally, it is not that expensive.
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