If each player is unique, each guitar should be also
My guitars are true tailor made, built with pasion for the detail, hand made one by one. A true tailor made guitar is designed by and for the player who performs on her and is way more than a aesthetically custom instrument. You play, so you decide. If you are after a professional instrument that suits your needs, here you have a detailed info about what a tailor made guitar is. Let's get started?
CHOOSE THE WOOD...
Wood choice is the core of your new guitar. There is a long list of available woods... and you can choose the exact set that I will use to build your guitar. I maintain a wide inventory of readily available wood with photos from which you can choose, but you can also propose your own choice of wood...
I have built using traditional woods like Spruce, Cedar, Indian Rosewood or Cypress, but I have also built using Pau Ferro, Brazilian Rosewood, Cocobolo, Madagascar Rosewood, Coral Wood, Bubinga...
I am always researching to find the most striking and unique sets to make your guitar a one of a kind art piece.
ALL CUSTOM OPTIONS... NO RULES
Classical or flamenco? Whichever you choose, there are thousands of options for each guitar... what type of guitar player you are? what's your music style? what sound are you after?
Depending on your playing style and technique your needs may vary... I'm a professional guitar player so we both speak the same language. Just share your thoughts about your dream guitar... which scale length do you prefer? Do you need a low or high bridge? Dimensions and profile of the neck, number of frets, rosette design, bindings, tuners, inlays... you can even customize your guitar case!
You can also order risk insurance with your guitar, or even a key ring for your car keys!
Have you thought of a dream a guitar?... make it real.
CHOOSE THE FINISH
What's your favourite finish? All options are available for you, from traditional French Polished shellac to the modern synthetic finishes
Finishes well deserve special attention. There is no "a perfect finish", all of them have their pros and cons... but what if you are not stuck with a single one finish? You can choose an hybrid finish if you want to, or use several options on different parts of the guitar... do you prefer the protection of catalized finishes on the body but would like to have a traditional French polished top? It is possible... just let me know your choice.
From pure French polished shellac to catalyzed finishes, including waterborne lacquers, colored finishes, epoxy sealers... you have a really wide palette of finishing options for your guitar.