Zebrawood Topped Les Paul

From the side or Slab Sawn The Zebrawood looks very different


Zebrano or Zebrawood Quicksilver Guitar

 Same as Bubinga in application. It also comes from West & Central Africa. 

This is another heavy wood with a very open grain.
It has a very distinctive look with light and dark brown stripes.
It is becoming more difficult to find this wood in thick pieces for bodies,
 it is more commonly available for laminated bodies where it excels.
 Its weight and sound are similar to walnut. 
Works well on Bass Guitars
We have done less than 10 Zebrawood 6 string guitars

 Courtesy Ken Smith Basses


Ed Roman  has adopted the new standardization in wood pricing.  The cost of wood fluctuates  by the time of year, by the season and especially by the quality of each piece.
The new standard is simply price each piece by the relative cost of each piece. If after finishing the piece doesn't turn out magnificently then discount it appropriately.

Prices Start As Low As 150.00 And Go As High As 1000.00  For A Spectacular Specimen.

Ed Roman subscribes to this pricing policy, because it is the fairest way to set prices.