Marcelino Lopez


Although a Madrid maker, Marcelino Lopez has always built in the traditional style of Torres, keeping to the smaller body design without the use of double sides, and mostly building spruce tops, with French polish finish.

Orfeo Magazine, 6-10


GSI is proud to present the second installment of the gorgeous, coffee-table style book housing issues 6-10 of the online publication, Orfeo Magazine, whose featured articles have profiled the lives and work places of a selection the world's finest classical guitar makers - both past and present.

Francisco Barba


Tone for this guitar is fat and balanced with a lot of punch, volume and flamenco edge. In other words - a very powerful and lively Andalusian flamenco guitar by every measure, while playability is a breeze.

Ignacio Fleta (ex Norbert Kraft)


This particular Fleta has all the elements that one could possibly want from one of their top examples - tremendous power, perfect balance, deep warm tone and ample clarity between voices in all registers.

German Vazquez Rubio "Monarca Elite"


Along with the "Custom Elite", this is the top-of-the-line "double-top" model from German Vazquez Rubio. It features his own soundboard design with a nomex interior, sandwiched between a spruce layer on the inside and a cedar layer on the exterior.

Santos Hernandez


Santos Hernandez is one of the elite makers of the historical pantheon - along with Torres and Hauser I in terms of collectibility and historical importance. Santos became a very established maker early in his career as he was known as the builder of the Manuel Ramirez guitar of 1912 that was owned and played by Andres Segovia.

Tobias Berg


Another exceptional guitar from Tobias Berg. Materials are gorgeous including a stunning set of European walnut for the back and sides (and head veneer), which has a golden-like, shimmery glow to it. Soundboard is spruce, and he uses boxwood binding throughout.
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