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    Default CITES Rosewoods now exempt for finished musical instruments !!! :) :) :)

    Rosewoods now exempt for finished musical instruments. (Not Brazilian though)

    https://www.cites.org/eng/updates_de...cies_proposals

    Do a page search for "musical" to find it.

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    Great to hear, that should open up the market again. I buy solid body bass ukes imported from China by RondoMusic.com in New Hampshire that I have modified into other style basses, but they've been out if stock for a long time because of the CITES restrictions. Hopefully they can get more now.


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    prb035 - thanks Can you post a link where you got this

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    Quote Originally Posted by prb035 View Post

    · CITES regulation for Dalbergia cochinchinensis and in Dalbergia sp. originating from and exported from Mexico remains unchanged.

    Note that these exemptions don’t apply to Brazilian rosewood (Dalbergia nigra), which is subject to stricter international regulation.
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    Interesting clauses. So it is not a blanket exemption on Dalbergia species.

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