Garnut Guitars backs, sides, tops, necks, fretboards, and bridges are handmade/handcrafted from solid wood. Backs & sides are made from various varieties of rosewood (Brazilian, Madagascar, Amazon, Panama, Honduran, Cocobolo) as well as mahogany, maple, Malaysian blackwood, bloodwood, and other popular tonewoods.
Tops and internal bracing are made from different varieties of spruce (including Adirondack, European, Engelmann, Sitka). Necks are ordinarily carved from a single piece of mahogany. Fretboards and bridges are ebony. Bindings, purfling, and rosettes are usually made from wood (such as maple, ebony, koa, rosewood), but may also be made from wood fiber, ivoroid, or faux tortoise. Standard tuners are Grover StaTite vintage style.