The second seafoam green guitar where just the top is lacquered. So cool to see the natural mahogany horns behind this colored maple top. Neck is maple as well and of course Ebony is perfect for the fretboard.
The first U10 that has been build at our workspace in Austria. It has a swamp ash body, 3-piece maple neck and a Snakewood fretboard. Comment from our customer “While other instruments plays like an elephant this is a refreshing weasle…”
Inspired by the U8 Custom we did at the beginning of this year a customer asked for a walnut top. We still had the sister part on stock so we built this beautiful U8 Deluxe with a slight burst finish. It has a black Korina body, korina/walnut/korina 3-piece neck and a maple fretboard. The pickups
We made this guitar for a customer that absolutely loves quilted maple and we think it turned out to look amazing. The body is made of alder with a greenburst quilted maple top. Neck and fretboard are made of plumwood, a local wood we really love. It has a Delano Pickup which sounds amazing and
Stefan treavelled through the redwoods in california at the beginning of this year. Two weeks after a customer asked if we could do a T8 with a redwood top. What a lucky coincidence. This T8 has a redwood top, european cedar body, 3-piece cedar/walnut/cedar neck and a walnut fretboard. One of the best feeling guitars
Stefan came up with this idea of a custom U8. He loves purple heart and the semi hollowed feel of the AU8. Why should we not combine this. It has a black korina body, 3-piece korina/purple heart/korina fretboard and the first prototype of our mellow pickups which is splittable as a single coil. We also
This T8 is one of the lightest instruments we ever built. It is all maple with a swamp ash body. This was the first time we used our vintage pickups and it really sound JBass like. Photos by Thomas Buchta
New model AU8 Deluxe for public release in 2015. Top of the line hand-made hollow-body touch guitar with magnetic and piezo pickups and custom electronics, bridge and tailpiece. Stay tuned for details and ordering info. Local Austrian woods used for the instrument pictured: walnut (body), spruce (arched top), maple (3-piece neck), plumwood (fretboard and headstock