As one of our youngest luthiers, Erez Perelman just keeps getting better and better. His last flamenco was a killer guitar, and now his latest classical guitar is also spectacular (especially for the price). Scott Wolf used to play duos with Erez, and was hugely impressed by the guitar we just received, so I thought it would be fun to show you guys the two last guitars we’ve received from him, one flamenco and one classical. You can read Erez’ bio here, and read an article about him from ‘Classical Guitar’ magazine, too.

Here’s the flamenco, played by Grisha.

And here’s the classical played by Scott.

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2 Responses to “Luthier Profile: Erez Perelman”

  1. Humberto Santamaria says:

    Congratulations !!! keep the good work… both guitars sound very good specially the clasic one. My admiracion to the interpreters.

  2. Dedrick Koh says:

    Beautiful playing. A very lovely interpretation of Turina’s ‘Fandanguillo’ . Scott may have just added it to his repertoire but it sounds great.

    The classical sounds very balanced across all registers. Very even. The response looks to be very fast too. Or maybe it’s just Scott’s excellent technique and control?


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