My Custom Built Guitars

These are a few guitars I’ve built over the past 19 years.

Guitar #29 Model O-65

Guitar #29 Model O-65

the Valerie - one of my own designs - 2007

the Valerie – one of my own designs – 2007

a rather simple D hole - 2008

a rather simple D hole – 2008

ukelele & guitar 2014

ukelele & guitar  – 2014

two X-braced Selmer style with round sound holes

a few petite bouche Selmer styles & a DiMauro style (f holes)

 

000 style with cutaway - 2003

000 style with cutaway – 2003

000 with Selmer style braces

000 with Selmer style braces

jumbo Selmer style with F holes and pickup

 

cedar archtop, with bubinga back & sides

cedar archtop, with bubinga back & sides

another Selmer style - cedar & mahogany - 2002

another Selmer style – cedar & mahogany – 2002

13 responses to “My Custom Built Guitars

  1. Val Nathan

    This must be worth millions.

  2. Dean Snider

    I played a cedar top with f holes of your design and build today at Guitars Plus in Victoria. Loved it!

    What would you do to put a pickup in it?

    Interested.

    Dean

    • Dean, thanks – the simple way is to use a bridge pickup of some sort. You could put one on the inside too with the right sort of apparatus.

  3. Still got the D35? I’d love to see a pic!

  4. They certainly look beautiful.

  5. Very beautiful work. I trust they sound great too.

  6. Dean Snider

    Played your Selmer style… Cedar with f holes… In Victoria last week. Love that guitar! Sounds great , looks beautiful. If only I could play jazz…

  7. Wow, you are sending some machines out into the world that make music and look great. Wonder who will play what on them decades from now?

    • That is of course one of life’s great mysteries! I hope that whatever is played will provide someone the same kind of pleasure I get from making music.

  8. RobertW

    I’ve Played the 0-65…..just fantastic…..cuts through the “noise” at a jam! One of the most comfortable guitars I’ve ever played!

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