Pretty self explanatory, where do all us Massh$les get our lumber from? Nothing crazy exotic, I know I'm not finding cocobolo drop-tops locally, but how about some good old flame maple neck blanks or mahogany? I had a great local supplier called the Woodsmith in Falmouth, but unbeknownst, he retired and left me sourceless, other than the dreaded Mail Order. I've had my share of disappointment relying on generic wood photos online, and the shipping will eat you alive. I got a few nice pieces at Downes & Reader in Stoughton a while back, but they no longer sell retail. There are a few local lumberyards on the Cape that have decent wood randomly, but it's all stored outside in unheated warehouse conditions, so it's usually too wet to use right right away, or they only sell huge board lengths, all or nothing. I don't mind driving a while if a place has a good selection of wood types and sizes, but the closest I'm seeing that I can find out anything about is in New Hampshire.