The first classical guitar I ever built was a copy of a Daniel Freidrich guitar.
I remember it was a very difficult first project, with double sides and a fairly complex bracing and rosette.
The finished guitar worked out very well though, and sold almost immediately.
I have decided to come back and re-visit that guitar model, resulting in the “Cedar Model F” featuring double laminated sides, ultrathin master grade cedar soundboard and bracing based on Friedrich's late 80’s cedar guitars.
I build the guitars by hand using fairly traditional methods and select all the materials for each guitar with a view to achieving the best tone for each one, looking for a wide palette of tone colours and an even balance between the bass and treble.
Scale length 648mm
Features a hand-made rosette of my own design
A mahogany “V” jointed head fitted out with Pagos tuners
Hiscox case included
The guitar is easy to play, has good balance between bass and treble is very even across the range and responsive