This section describes the types of instruments I build, with more detailed information to follow. Thank you for your patience, and, if you have any questions, please email.

Classical Guitar

Traditional Model

The traditional model currently follows the tradition of Torres and Romanillos. Its body is slightly smaller than most standard classical guitars, and the top is braced with a 7-strut fan bracing, plus the 2 v-braces at the tail block and some minor tunnelling in the harmonic bars. The rosette is entirely made by hand, with no rosette being built more than once.

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Ergonomic Model

The ergonomic model was conceived during my research in university, where I discovered that a significant amount of musicians suffer silently from occupational injuries. This model uses all available features to relieve physical strains on the performer, and also focus on the tailoring of the action to the musician’s needs.

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Projector Model

The projector model is a progression from the experimental model, which I redesigned for acoustic efficiency from the skeleton up. Without disregarding traditional craftsman technique, it uses our modern understanding of guitar acoustics and applies them to every component possible. These instruments have a modern powerful sound, that can stand its ground performing unamplified beside a cello or a double bass.

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Acoustic guitars

The acoustic guitars from my shop generally apply principles from the different standard models in one instrument, since the acoustic guitar players often demand a combination of traditional look, ergonomic design and a modern powerful sound.

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The lutes from my shop vary in style and provenience. Currently I have built replicas of European Renaissance lutes and modern adaptations of the turkish saz.

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