Our top model Evidence shown in the Tamarind back and sides version without a trace of Rosewood.
Balanced, precise and with a quick response, this travel guitar offers the sound and comfort that you can expect from a guitar made by STOLL, even on the road. With the neck transition at , it is ideal for guitarists who prefer a rich low-mid and bass range. By using Mahogany not only for the ...continue reading "PT 69 Travel – All Mahogany"
Incredible Sound Effect Here we have equipped our with a quite unbelievable side sound hole. The tone thus spreads radiantly and bell-like over the audience.
Exceptional "The smallest variations in attack are reproduced with richness of tone and abundant dynamics." That's what Jens Hausmann writes about this custom with neck-body transition at 13th fret in issue 1-21 of Akustik Gitarre (the most popular German magazine on acoustic guitars). It is the result of two custom guitars built in parallel of ...continue reading "13th Fret Ambition Fingerstyle<br>Laurel / No Rosewood, 630 mm Scale Length"
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.