Nylon string guitar of the premium class, here with cutaway. If you don't know our models yet, the is a guitar for serious players. Due to its sound quality and playing characteristics it can take a student all the way to the final exams. The model shown here has back and sides made of Indian ...continue reading "Classic Line I Bearclaw with Cutaway"
Extraordinary classic crossover guitar with steel string body size and neck transition at 14th fret. Highly suitable for singer-songwriters.
The search for alternatives to Rosewood has led us some time ago to Indian Silver Oak. This eye candy sounds softer than Rosewood.
As an alternative to Rosewood we like to introduce Indian Laurel. It varies from light to dark brown with even darker stripes that may tend to black and is very similar to Rosewood.
IQ 4-string Acoustic Bass with Bevel and Fanned Frets, no Rosewood. Comfortable Playing guaranteed.
Guitars made of Oak, is that possible? From an old barrel? YES! Not only the back and sides, but also the top is consistently built from the oak of this barrel. The wood in some places visually reveals its origin and thus has its own charm. Also tonally it is very convincing.
Oak wood for a guitar? Yes! This is guitar no. 2 of our upcycling project consistently built of local woods, in which a Hessian cider oak barrel plays a major role.
What does a luthier do with an old barrel? He's building guitars from it, of course. This is guitar # 3 of our upcycling project built consistently from local woods, namely from a Hessian cider barrel. Really, it can't be more local.
A thin-line resonator guitar that transports the sound of the American South both visually and acoustically. This instrument is based on the fusion of features of two iconic blues guitars, Telecaster* and Resonator. The resulting sound is characterised by crisp twang next to the growling assertive timbre of the resonator. Thanks to the maximally hollowed ...continue reading "Blues Bones – The Resodile"