Eco-friendly guitar making course

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What's this all about?

The Eco-Friendly Guitar Making Course is a special variation of the regular courses I offer. The differences are the materials we use and the philosophy behind the instument building process, that's all. The course contents and the learning remain the same, as well the pricing. It is just an option for those of you willing to get started in this craft, take home a pro guitar and a unique unforgettable experiencie and at the same time, doing it in a more eco-friendly way, using sustainable woods only.

SUSTAINABLE

All woods used here are sustainable. It will be made 100% with Eucalyptus wood

ECO-FRIENDLY

We will promote the eco-friendly products and will use them as much as practical during the building process

DIPLOMA

Certificated diploma after completing the course

PLANS

All the plans (guitar, parts, jigs and molds) you will use during the course are also included

CITY TOUR

Enjoy a private night tour to the amazing old town of Ubeda, declared World Heritage city, guided by a professional Art History Graduated guide

EVOO

A bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Cortijo Espiritu Santo is included within the finishing course. The same we will use to finish the guitar 😉

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This course is made possible thanks to Madinter, to their commitment in developing and producing sustainable materials and fair-trade markets. Along with their innovation with the Eucalyptus wood, what makes us able to offer this course, they also carry on other ideas like the Crelicam project. It encourages the ebony wood production in a sustainable way and the creation of added value for its origin country, and developing a new economical standard in Cameroun. The recognition of this project, managed together with Taylor Guitars as a partner, is world wide, thus getting in 2014 the Corporative Excellence Award from the State Secretary of United States.

"A unique oportunity of living a one of a kind experience and build your own guitar with your own hands"

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