FELIPE CONDE "FP 17"


Materials for this guitar are outstanding, in particular the very dramatic figuring and contrasting sapwood in the cocobolo used for the back and sides. Normally this model is finished in lacquer, but this particular instrument is French polished.

BAM Cases Now in Stock


From cloth exterior/foam interior to carbon exterior/plush interior, we have a wide selection of BAM cases for your prized guitars. Get l'original BAM while supplies last.

Enrique Garcia


This is a wonderfully well-preserved example of Garcia building in his great, mature style. Stylistically the instrument is fairly simple in decoration (especially compared to the much more intricate and highly ornate guitars built between 1919-1922 after Francisco Simplicio began working for Garcia).

GSI Studio Series in stock


The complete line of GSI Studio Series guitars are back in stock. Choose from Spruce/Mahogany, Cedar/Mahogany, Spruce/Cypress, Spruce/Indian Rosewood or Cedar/Indian Rosewood - each with its own character. Make sure to get yours before they're all shipped out.

Miguel Rodriguez


This is the Miguel Rodriguez guitar used by Angel Romero for two of his classic recordings - the "Concierto Antillano" by Ernesto Cordero and the Angel Romero plays Bach album released by Telarc. The cedar top has some exotic and beautiful dark grains towards the center seam and the back and sides are of palo rosa (pink rosewood).

Masaki Sakurai "Special"


This model is a step up from the Concert-J in detailing (especially in the purfling and rosette), and choice of materials. It has thick back and sides, and the double-ebony reinforced neck makes this a very stable instrument for travel.

Kenneth Brogger


Built in his Fornalutx, Mallorca, Spain workshop, this is a breathtakingly beautiful instrument by Kenneth Brogger. He chose absolutely gorgeous materials to work with including a spruce top that is covered in bearclaw, as well as a set of African rosewood for the back and sides that has extreme contrasting dark and light patterns in the grains.

Edmund Blochinger


Firmly established as one of the top living builders, Edmund Blochinger is now in great demand world-wide. He originally began building his guitars in the style of Hauser and Torres and early on became influenced by Miguel Rodriguez's guitars from the early '60s.
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