I can’t but define it a modern Classical Decacorde. First thing that catch the eyes is a kind of cutaway I designed for a very special player. Second one is surely the one a of kind headstock I made as light as I could, both in weight and to look. The body features a slightly “Manzer wedge” very useful because She (the guitarist) likes to play standing up with a leather belt. The fingerboard is radiused 28″ and this feature allows Her to play very fast also becuase inside the neck there’s something you can’t never see, two truss rods to regulate the fingerborad curve very fine. Another thing you can’t ever look at unless you could get the guitar in your hand and look inside by a mirror, is the bracing system taken from Master Luthir Daniel Friederich.Then you can listen to the sound watching a huge namber of videos on Marina Krupkina’s youtube channel. Enjoy it!
I’d like to thank Marina to give me the chance to build this one of a kind , very special guitar, thanks for her wonderful music
Body Size: standard
Scale length: 650 mm
Nut Width: 82 mm
Bridge String Spacing: 103,5 mm
Body Length: 475 mm
Upper Bout: 267 mm
Lower Bout: 349 mm
Body Depth at Neck Heel: 95 mm.
Body Depth at Tail Block: 105 mm.
Frets to body: 12
Back/Sides: Indian Rosewood
Top Wood: Red Cedar
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Bridge: Indian Rosewood
Rosette: Natural and coloured wood
Binding: Indian Rosewood
Headplate: Indian Rosewood
Top Trim: Natural and coloured wood
Back Strip: ebony