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It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!
It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument. 
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!

It's finally ready! An acoustic guitar project that I had in mind for a long time: The upcycling guitar.
For this parlor design, I used the soundboard of an about 100yo piano (which was about to be thrown away) for the top and the braces. The cherry wood Sides, back and bridge were made of old Biedermeyer beds, which are about 150 years old. The mahogany neck was made of an old balkony door from the 80s. The fretboard is of a very old stock of rosewood which I picked at the VEB Musima as they closed the factory. It was usually meant for a 3/4 classical guitar, so just right for the short 630mm scale of this guitar. The neck joint is at the 12th fret, which allows the bridge to move more towards the center of the top, resulting in an excellent attack, sustain and a great volume for such a rather small instrument.
If you got curious: It's now available at our showroom!

vor 3 Tagen
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Welcome to the jungle

Welcome to the jungle

vor 1 Woche
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Scallopping a rosewood fretboard by hand isn't really my favorite job.. But you gotta do what you gotta do! 💪🏻

Scallopping a rosewood fretboard by hand isn't really my favorite job.. But you gotta do what you gotta do! 💪🏻

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70s Shergold Custom Double is in for a overhaul these days. You surely don't get your hands on an axe like this every day 😅
70s Shergold Custom Double is in for a overhaul these days. You surely don't get your hands on an axe like this every day 😅
70s Shergold Custom Double is in for a overhaul these days. You surely don't get your hands on an axe like this every day 😅

70s Shergold Custom Double is in for a overhaul these days. You surely don't get your hands on an axe like this every day 😅

vor 2 Monaten
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