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  1. You are right don noon. Marupá wood is used by some luthiers, but there is some resistance from musicians with alternative woods. I work for hoby for now.
  2. It's a fourth under the violin tuning.
  3. I never played rabeca. The rabeca has a different pitch and has no sound post. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4B0MOlSw668
  4. It is a wood that has very open pores making it difficult to finish, but the sound result is good. I played a violin made entirely of this wood and it was very good.
  5. yes I'm in Brazil!
  6. photo and sound sample. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YB-o_0jLynUajmcxDBQL9GQcIWwU9_WL https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mM7HjwU1wnaqCt1MfkXkpF7iEFVBevw7
  7. The "caixeta" is also known as marupá. I made a violin with this wood my second and last violin.