Gibson revisits the classic American dreadnought with rosewood sides and back and custom trim
Gibson J-45 Custom with fancy headstock
The classic Gibson J-45 guitar is available in several custom variations and the J-45 Custom adds the punch of rosewood and fancy trim.
There are not many of these guitars being made and they are hard to find.
What’s new? Apart from the high-end trim, rosewood sides and back make a subtle change in the J-45 Custom, away from the boomy mids of mahogany to a punchier guitar with slightly more emphasis on highs and mids. Continue reading →
Clear cutting Sitka Spruce trees could make building guitars impossible in 10 years – watch live stream of “Musicwood” April 8th at 6 pm ET
“A group of the world’s top guitar makers have banded together and traveled to the largest temperate coastal rain forest in the world, to slow down logging and save the acoustic guitar. Continue reading →
The Ramirez 125 Anos classical guitar sold between 2007 and 2012 and has become a sought after classic. I recently discovered a few new ones for sale.
Ramirez 125 Anos classical guitar
I am a big fan of the Ramirez R4 guitar and actually prefer it to the Ramirez 1a for studio work.
I can’t believe I found 3 new guitars of the Ramirez 125 Anos series for sale.
The Ramirez 125 Anos guitar is a special model celebrating 125 years of building the world’s best classical guitars. The 125 Anos shares many features with the R and E series guitars, at a lower price.
“Based on the template of the E line designed by Jose Ramirez III, Amalia Ramirez has created this new model as a Limited Edition which will be built during the five years from 2007-2012, celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Ramirez workshop!” 12th FretContinue reading →