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J. Castellucia Guitar - Crossover CRW12
This Crossover version is a hybrid nylon-stringed guitar with the characteristics of a traditional classic, but with specific features that evoke the electric or folks universe (narrower neck at the head nut, more compact body...). It offers rich and warm acoustic characteristics as well as great polyphonic clarity and allows a nuanced and dynamic playing. It is an eclectic guitar in terms of styles, allowing to approach the classical register, but also and among others jazz, bossa nova etc... The Fishman Pro Blend system allows the combination of two types of sources: a piezzo sensor under saddle and an aerial microphone positioned in the case, offering a very wide range of sound.
E4 E series
Always striving to offer the best to our guitarist friends, here is a new line of classical guitars designed to meet their expectations. With a very adjusted price range, these guitars have exceptional acoustic qualities in terms of bass/midrange/treble balance and polyphonic clarity with an elegant and refined timbre that sets the notes apart. The Castelluccia sound signature found on all other models in the upper range. These guitars feature a high-performance bracing system inspired by the Concert series models.
Lutherie CJ Guitars
Electric guitar by French luthier Camille Jacob. Camille Jacob is an architect by training, passionate about guitars since his teenage years and a self-taught luthier. He first started by modifying his own instruments, then in 2006 he decided to build his first guitar. A telecaster made of local walnut woods for the body and oak for the neck. What was then a simple personal challenge became a real vocation. Today he specialises in the design and production of custom-made and on-demand instruments, convinced that it is in the expression of the musician's particular needs, in terms of sound, ergonomics and visual appearance that the originality of the design lies. Making a custom-made guitar means above all listening to the musician and understanding his particular approach and relationship to the instrument. The luthier's work is only complete when he sublimates this relationship, promotes this bond, and tends to forget and disappear to better allow the artist to express himself through music.
Luthier P. Donnat
Concert Donnat-Audirac - Steel strings
Concert Donnat-Audirac guitar with steel strings, by the French luthier Philippe Donnat. Philippe Donnat has had a lutherie workshop in Bagnolet, in the Paris region, since 2015. Self-taught, he began to build his first jazz guitars based on the Selmer-Macafferri model. He then trained with Fred Kopo, Alexandre Bioud, and Gérard Audirac. "Making a guitar is dreaming of a sound, designing it, to hear what the guitar has to say."