Classical Guitars


My standard model is based on a modified Hauser-I plantilla. The relatedness is actually limited to the appearance only. The internal construction as well as the tonal characteristics follow another ideal, with a more fundamental oriented ideal.
Other custom body shapes are available on request. Neck dimensions and scale lengths may be chosen freely without extra charge.


The wood, I use for the tops is either German-Spruce or Western Red Cedar. In addition to the conventional solid tops, I also build guitars with Sandwich construction for a while now. These instruments produce a more massive sound with strong fundamentals.

Back and Sides

For the back and sides I use Indian rosewood or flamed Maple as standard woods. Brazilian rosewood and other varieties of wood are also available on request.


My favorite neck-wood is Khaya-Mahogany or Alder (on Maple-instruments).


Usually, all instruments have a fine French-Polish. Alternatively I offer a variety of other coatings, starting with a very light Nitro-polish, over a regular sprayed Nitrocellulose-laquer up to a coating with a 2-component Polyurethane laquer, depending on the individual needs of each player.


The fingerboards are usually made of African or Ceylon Ebony.


The material for the bridge usually matches the back and sides of the Instrument. I offer a rectangular or a lightly curved bridge.


My standard tuners are Alessi for quite a while now. Other tuners such as Rodgers or Scheller are available on request.

Nut / Saddle

Nut and saddle are made of bone.


The instruments are delivered with a BAM hightech case.

How much is it?

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