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            [/quote] I am a new carver also for about 1.5 yers. I have tried crving various woods other than basswood, even avacado.Best is sugarpine or mohageny. I prefer mohageny because it carves almost a good a basswood and the grannular structure is tight and consistent. Waldgeist.

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