Historical Guitars

“Replicas of Historical Guitars”

These guitars are coloured in a historical staining process from light- to dark brown, have a spruce-neck, veneered with ebony, an Ebony fingerboard, bridge and pegs.
for example: Maple with spruce-top,

Baroque-Guitar, 2nd half of 17th century; 5- course; 680mm scale, (also in 6-course version possible)

Romantic period guitars:

  • Guitar after Johann Georg Staufer 1815; 640mm scale
  • Terz-Guitar after Johann Georg Staufer 1821; 570mm scale
  • Guitar after Johann Georg Staufer, ca. 1830; 620mm scale
    optional with wooden pegs, „Pegheds“ or „Staufer-tuners“
  • French Romantic model, ca. 1820; 640mm scale;
    optional with wooden pegs or „Patent pegs“

Guitar models after Antonio Torres:
Cedar-neck, Spanish style neck-to-body join, Spanish style – joined head, with Ebony finger-board and pegs respectively modern tuners

  • Guitar after Antonio Torres 1877; 640mm scale
  • Guitar after Antonio Torres 1892; 620mm scale
  • “La Leona” after Antonio Torres 1856; 650 mm scale, M° Torres’ most famous guitar(!)

All guitars including, specially for this instrument, handmade case!

Guitar after Johann Georg Staufer, 1815, 640 mm scale – version with screwable neck and “Stauffer”- tuners:

Terzguitar after Johann Anton Staufer, 1821, 570 mm scale – version with glued-in neck and Pegheds:

Concert guitar after Antonio Torres, 1877, 640 mm scale – version in Indian rosewood (Romanillos SEU 01):

Guitar after Antonio Torres, 1892, 620 mm scale – version in Bird´s-eye-maple with Pegheds (SE N° 151):

“La Leona” after Antonio Torres, 1856; with Tornavoz, and lutestyle-bridge, tuners
cypress with spruce top, 650 mm scale, M° Torres’ most famous guitar(!)
(Photos: Helmut Groh)