As long as the instrument in question does not have D. Nigra (Brazilian) then you can legally travel with an instrument as part of your personal affects. This was implemented when the new 2016 legislature came about. For an instrument with D. Nigra you are technically supposed to get a CITES passport for it in order to cross international borders.
My God you are right ! Two of my guitars have EIR bridges! Bindings are mixed up from maple to blood wood and who knows what the brown stripes are? Oh noes! If I had said "no Dalbergia" I would have closer, but still wrong!
I sold my only rosewood guitar a few years ago. An unexpected advantage because I would be the one that could not get a guitar through customs.
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