Since I recently finished my last build thread I'm in that gray space without a project. My favorite lumber yard had moved over the winter and I hadn't been there in over a year. So I popped down this morning just to check out the stock. They typically have some reclaimed stuff in addition to a good variety of FSC certified hardwoods. Anyway, I came home with this: Old growth western red cedar. 17" wide. Straight, pretty much blemish free. Weight feels great. Not too light. I'm really liking light, resonant solid bodies lately. I've made a couple out of old-growth redwood which is very light and resonant too, and have been thrilled with the results. I think maybe some 24" scale Jags, which would be great for my nephew and niece who are just learning? I recently went back over Ron's spruce strat thread after seeing it for sale in the classifieds, and when I saw this piece couldn't get it out of my head!