P 125 M1 Bubinga
The exotic bubinga is a hard and heavy wood that grows chiefly in west Africa – Cameroon, Gabon and the Ivory Coast. Because of its striking pinkish-red, almost burgundy and purple colour it is often classed as an African rosewood (Dalbergia). After drying, the bubinga is very solid and has a beautiful appearance, which we polish to a high gloss. The most beautiful veneers are known as kevasingo and their typical feature is their rich grain. In combination with the black high gloss of the P125 M1, the bubinga is as captivating as the tone that emanates from this artistic instrument.