The visible grain makes this by far the oldest wood that I have, with over 460 growth rings that are countable. Because the grain is so tight, the appearance of the top is ideal when sitting at it, meaning if your standard for deciding is entirely about its looks while playing, this one wins. While the top has several tiny dents, they are not visible when playing. The type of wood is probably Spruce, but because it is so tight and so old, it visually surpasses even the Kaya boards.
This board includes any two cushions shown on the go accessories list page, at no extra cost.
Original top. 173 mm.