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Fritz Mueller Classical Doubletop Guitar Ziricote, 2013

Fritz Mueller Classical Doubletop Guitar Ziricote, 2013

It is rare to see a Fritz Mueller classical guitar for sale on the open market, as he builds entirely to order and his instruments are prized. Mueller is a highly respected classical guitar builder working about 770 km north of Vancouver at Tatlayoko Lake in the Central Interior region of British Columbia. Inspired by the music of masters such as Segovia and Bream, Mueller began building guitars while an undergrad at the University of Wisconsin.

Price: $8950 CAD
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Darryl Williams 8-Course Renaissance Lute, 1976

Darryl Williams 8-Course Renaissance Lute, 1976

The Darryl Williams 8-Course Renaissance Lute was based on a bowl-back design, using a set of bent ribs that are arched to provide stiffness. The ribs start with a ‘teardrop’ shape and are then bent, and the edges are bevelled according to the number of ribs. They are glued together with hide glue in the joins, and parchment strips soaked in hide glue are applied to the inside of the seams.

Price: $2550 CAD
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❌ Sold ❌ Edgar Monch Classical Guitar, 1967

❌ Sold ❌  Edgar Monch Classical Guitar, 1967

This Edgar Monch Classical Guitar was built at his Toronto shop during 1967, numbered as 1967/41. It features a Spruce top paired with Indian Rosewood for the back, sides and headplate; the neck and body blocks are Mahogany and the fingerboard is Ebony. This guitar is over half a century old and has been played as intended.

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❌ Sold ❌ Dieter Hopf Gran Concierto Classical Guitar, 2004

❌ Sold ❌   Dieter Hopf Gran Concierto Classical Guitar, 2004

From 2004, this Dieter Hopf Gran Concierto features a radial-braced red cedar top, Amazonian Rosewood back and sides, ebony for the fingerboard and an acoustically ported ebony bridge. The neck is mahogany with an ebony stiffener. The tuners are Schaller models with faux Mother of Pearl buttons. The scale length is 650mm and the nut width is 52mm.

Price: $4250 CAD

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Oskar Graf Classical Guitar Indian Rosewood, 2005

Oskar Graf Classical Guitar Indian Rosewood, 2005

Built during 2005, this Oskar Graf classical guitar pairs a bearclaw-figured Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood for the sides, back, headplate and bridge. The neck is Mahogany with an Ebony fingerboard. The nut and saddle are bone, and the other hardware is a set of Graf tuners, hand built by Oskar’s brother, Jorg.

Price: $5000 CAD
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M. Sakurai No.8 Classical Guitar, 1977

M. Sakurai No.8 Classical Guitar, 1977

The M. Sakurai No.8 classical guitar was part of a line of guitars built by Masaki Sakurai as he was learning in the workshop run by his uncle, Masaru Kohno. The M. Sakurai No.8 is built using solid Cedar tops and laminate Indian Rosewood for the back and sides, and solid Rosewood for the headplate and bridge. The Mahogany neck carries an Ebony fingerboard, and is joined to the body with a dovetail joint, departing from the ‘slipper heel’ found on traditionally built Spanish guitars.

Price: $1300 CAD
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