Legacy Tonewood Treasure Trove
Larry McCutcheon and I have purchased a large lot of high quality legacy tonewood. 
Most of this wood was originally sourced from Martin in the 1970s by well-known San Diego luthier Božo Podunavac and has been in storage (properly stickered) for close to 50 years.
We will be sanding and grading these sets, and putting them out for sale individually in the near future. 
Keep an eye on this space for more info, or reach out to Larry, or me,  if you have questions or are looking for something specific or if you want to come by and select a set Larry is offering club members the ability to to “touch, tap and flex” to your hearts content.
Quarter Sawn Indian Rosewood Guitar Sets
Birdseye Maple Guitar Sets
Honduran Rosewood Guitar Sets
One Brazilian Rosewood Guitar Set – we can also supply a bridge, fretboard and head plates with this set if desired.
Old Growth Super Stiff Sitka Spruce Tops
Gaboon Ebony Fretboard Blanks
Indian Rosewood Fretboard Blanks
We also acquired a unique industrial pneumatic powered side bender that was used in the Alvarez-Yari factory in Japan from 1974-1984; and was returned (as intellectual property) when their license to produce copies of his Bell Western guitar models expired. Our intention is to restore this piece of equipment to working order, and make bending patterns, and molds of the BELL WESTERN GUITAR available to keep the legacy alive.
More info on Bozo here https://uniqueguitar.blogspot.com/2020/03/bozo-guitars.html

Božo Podunavac–Božo Chicagoan