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Anegre is an attractive and affordable alternative to other types of textured wood. It is a native of East and West Africa with a height of 180 feet. The tree has clear cylindrical boles and trunk diameters of 36 to 48 inches. The heartwood of the Anegre is light to medium reddish-brown with a slight sheen. Its figuring is medium to fine, and the grain is straight and wavy.


Anigre is a tropical species native to West and East Africa. It is native to the countries of Angola, Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. It is also referred to as Anegre Blanc. Tanganyika Nuss is the largest island on the African continent. It is often sourced from Angola, Uganda, and Tanzania. Its common pronunciations include Ah-Nee-Gra, Anna-Gra, and Uh-Nee-Grey.


Anegre is light yellow, sometimes tinted pink. It has a medium texture and a coarse grain. Anegre is not listed on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is not the easiest wood to work on because it has high silica content. Moreover, it is not the easiest wood to sand, due to its interlocked grain.


Westwood's anigre veneers are available in pre-finished edge banding and flexible sheets. The textured surfaces are easy to install with the aid of glue or nail. Anegre is resistant to stains and is also good for staining and finishing. However, anegre doesn't stand up to abrasion and requires adequate support when machining it.


Anegre is a hardwood that grows in western North America. The wood is a fast-growing tropical tree and has closed pores. Its heartwood is yellowish-brown with a light yellowish tint and can be plain, curly, or mottled. Unlike other types of wood, anigre has few knots. It is usually very durable, will not fade in colour and is very inexpensive.


Anegre is a beautiful hardwood found in Africa. It is commonly used for cabinetry and plywood and is very versatile. It is often sold in veneer form. Anegre boards are used for boat building and general carpentry. They take stains and polishes well. Anegre has high silica content. It is also resistant to moisture. Anegre is an excellent choice for a wide range of applications.


The Anegre species is a softwood species that is widely used for cabinetry, furniture, and plywood. It is also used for boat building and can be found in large sizes. Its distinctive bark is light pink or dark red. It has a contrasting stripe and cathedral grain pattern. It is also a versatile wood that can be stained. It has a rich, golden colour that is very beautiful and is a favourite of many home decorators and designers.


Sapele is an attractive, textured wood. Its colour ranges from snow white to a warm red. The colour is highly variable, and the Sapele wood is no exception. The colour of the wood depends on its species. Its Sapele is light red and its maple veneer is light brown. It is often characterized by a heart-shaped pattern and cathedral-shaped figured grains.


The Anigre tonewood is a relatively unknown wood that is used in guitar bodies. It has a bright, midrange harmonic profile with a strong low-end, and is used in the neck and fretboard, but is too soft for fretboards. Anigre is an ideal choice for many guitar makers. And it's also an attractive tonewood for many other uses. So, if you're looking for a plank of new wood for your project, try it!


Anegre Textured Wood is a relatively stiff tonewood, and it can project sound fairly well. Although it is relatively soft, it can still project decently and is suitable for classical and acoustic guitars. Its low density makes it a good choice for a guitar neck, but it's unlikely to make a name for itself as a tonewood for the neck.


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