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15. and 16. November 2014 Berlin, ESTREL Hotel and Convention Center The Holy Grail Guitar Show presents the best of what the world of contemporary guitar making has to offer, featuring a wide variety of builders from around the world. Visit website
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Finest handmade Classical Guitar Classic Line Pro played by Tariel Suari
“Liaba ned” is bavarian and means something like: better not. With Andi Stockbauer on STOLL IQ. A contemplative song about lack of money and getting older.
Pierre Pihl plays his composition “Uhjar” at the same time with his Steelstring Guitar Ambition Silver-Oak, E-Bass and E-Guitar.
Finally here is the first Video of Pierre Pihl with his Steelstring Guitar STOLL Ambition Silver-Oak and his Composition “Esperanza”. Laptapping technique is combined with tapping of both feet on a feetbass.
Fingerstyle steel string guitar with a scale length of 63 cm. Back and sides are made of flamed American Walnut. From the warm, chocolate brown color of the body, the bindings of flamed maple stand out beautifully. The sitka spruce top has, before becoming tonewood, for many years dwelled in salt water. That’s why it is [...]
The Spanish heel neck joint is considered the most highly developed neck joint in guitar construction. It is significantly more complex than a glued neck, but the sonic benefits are worth the effort.
When building a guitar with a Spanish neck, neck and headblock are carved from one piece of wood.
From left: Indian Rosewood Violet Wood Indian Walnut Burmese Rosewood In a previous article, we had shown four similar Classical Guitars Classic Line I under construction. Now they are finished and can be tested for sound differences. The guitars were built, except for the body wood, exactly the same to find alternative wood for the increasingly [...]
This is one of the four classical guitars Classic Line I, we have built completely identical for test purposes of the body wood. The aim was to compare the acoustic characteristics. The reference model was a Classic Line I with well-known Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars were made of Indian Walnut and Violet Wood. [...]
Here we have another of the four classical guitars Classic Line I, which are completely identical in construction except for the body wood. The plan was to compare the sound characteristics of the different woods. The reference model was a Classic Line I made of Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars we built of Burmese Rosewood [...]
The third member of the four identical classical guitars Classic Line I with only different body woods. We wanted to compare the sound characteristics of various lesser known timbers. The reference model was a Classic Line I made of Indian Rosewood. The other two classical guitars are built of Burmese Rosewood and Indian Walnut. Violet Wood, also [...]