Spanish Classical Model (Canadian cedar front)
This model has an exclusive front pattern inspired in the Madrilenian School of guitar building. Its construction method, which comes from the traditional low bridge systems, is the final fruit of several evolutions that I developed trough a careful research based on weight and proportions.

The string length is 650 mm, although it’s possible to choose a different length; in any case the relative dimensions of each part of the instrument will be proportional. Back and ribs are made of Indian rosewood (or maple if you wish); fingerboard, of Cameroon ebony; neck, of Honduras Cedar. As for the soundboard, you can choose between a wide range of types of European spruce or Canadian cedar.
Spanish Classical Model (European spruce front)
This model has an exclusive front pattern inspired in the Madrilenian School of guitar building. Its construction method, which comes from the traditional low bridge systems, is the final fruit of several evolutions that I developed trough a careful research based on weight and proportions.

The string length is 650 mm, although it’s possible to choose a different length; in any case the relative dimensions of each part of the instrument will be proportional. Back and ribs are made of Indian rosewood (or maple if you wish); fingerboard, of Cameroon ebony; neck, of Honduras Cedar. As for the soundboard, you can choose between a wide range of types of European spruce or Canadian cedar.
Coffe-Goguette model (Mirecourt, ca.1850)
Exclusive reproduction based on an original guitar property of Takeshi Tezuka. It has a string length of 630 mm. German spruce front, maple back and ribs (I have used rosewood in some guitars with very good results as well), spruce neck with Japanese lacquered, and a tuning machine like in the original.
Petit Jean L’Ainè model (Paris, ca.1800)
Exclusive reproduction based on an original guitar. String length of 650 mm, German spruce front, maple back and ribs, spruce neck with Japanese lacquered, and two possibilities of pegs: traditional ebony or mechanical Pegheds©, which improve the quickness of tuning with no significant alteration of the guitar aesthetic.