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i recently read that in 6 years, there will be no more sitka spruce left, if current practices are held. one company owns all the land in alaska that they grow on and they clear cut and ship most of the wood to asia for housing. these trees have to be at least 250 years old before they are of any good for manufacturing guitars, so it's not like they can just plant some more. if you're in the market for a new acoustic, you might consider something with a sitka spruce top while you still can. if you have one with a sitka spruce top, i'd hang on to it.

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