Book matched set consists of 4 halves and 2 sides. Halves: 1/4" x 8" x 22 (210mm x 559mm x 4mm). Sides: 1/2" x 5" x 31 127mm x 800mm x 4mm. Book matched bog oak wood is a type of wood used in guitar-making that involves taking two identical pieces of wood and placing them side by side so that they mirror each other, creating a symmetrical pattern.
The two pieces of wood are then glued together along their joint, resulting in a single piece of wood with a beautiful, mirrored pattern. In guitar-making, book matched wood is often used for the guitar's top or back, as it creates a striking visual effect. The book matching process also helps to improve the stability and strength of the wood, as the two halves of the book matched piece of wood will have similar properties. Some of the most commonly used types of book matched wood in guitar-making include maple, mahogany, and rosewood. These woods are prized for their tonal qualities, as well as their aesthetic appeal.
When selecting book matched wood for a guitar, luthiers will typically look for pieces that are as close to identical as possible, with similar grain patterns and colors. This helps to ensure that the resulting guitar has a consistent and balanced look and sound.