The top is Western Red Cedar. The back and sides are Pacific Madrone (some call it Madrona).
Curly Maple for the binding.
Here's a full sun view of the Madrone back.
That's a three piece neck of Poplar (a great stable neck wood!) and Walnut.
Golden Era tuners on a solid peghead.
Walnut for the bridge and fretboard.
Rain drop style mother of pearl inlay to go with the Northwest theme.
The braces (not pictured) are made of some nice tight grain Yellow Cedar. The Madrone was a joy to work with. I had some nice straight(!) and seasoned boards that Doc of Doc's Banjos had given me 5 years ago. I wasn't sure how it would bend up, but it was smooth and easy going. I didn't stain the body other than a light base coat of garnet shellac. I did stain the neck a reddish brown. The whole thing is finished with an oil based varnish, and then french polished with blonde shellac. Overall it is still a very light finish, so I added the pickguard to help protect the Cedar top.