CONCERT CLASSICAL GUITAR
The guitar that I suggest you, is an instrument that is the result of many years of research and trial and error. The construction of a guitar is not an exact science, there is only experience and practice that allows you to develop what you are looking for. There are many ways to make a good guitar, as there are also to make a good wine, for example.
My guitar is the result of what I love, and maybe it is what you are looking for at a specific time.
I didn’t choose to make a copy of the guitar of this or that famous luthier, but I preferred to develop my own style, both in terms of sound and aesthetics.
The rosette in olive wood and ebony is engraved.
In order to increase the sustain, I doubled the sides.
The design of the bracing that I used on this model is original, and has developed over time.
Soundboard : Red cedar or spruce
Back & sides : Indian rosewood
Neck : Honduras cedro
Fretboard : Ebony
Purfling : Pear wood
Soundhole rosette : Engraved olive tree and ebony
Bridge : South american rosewood, doubled string holes.
With at the nut : 51,5 mm
Scale length : 65 cm
Finish: French polish
Tuners : Alessi
Read the article in the French magazine Guitare classique. HERE