Classical Guitars

The Mirco Inguaggiato’s laboratory is also concerned with the handmade construction of classical guitars. The models are personalized, and they are constructed keeping the ancient techniques of Spanish lutherie.

The timber used to realize the bottom deck and the body sides of the classical guitar (Rosewood, Maple-wood, Cherry-tree and Mahogany), is chosen according to the timbric requirements of the musician. The soundboard can be realized by Spruce Fir from Val di Fiemme or Citron tree (recommended for flamenco guitars); the neck is made of Cedrela, the painting is realized with shellac. Machine heads of the most popular brands can be assembled, and on demand they can be replaced with wooden pegheads (Rosewood, Ebony, Box tree). Amplified classical cutaway guitars are constructed here. The turning fork can be variable (by custom 650 mm). The aesthetic of purfling, rosette and headstock (carved or inlaid) is arranged and personalized by the lutist and the musician before the construction.

The lutherie is devoted to the construction, the restoration and the refinement of every kind of guitar. On demand, it is realized the amplification.

 

Classical Guitar Model 2011

Soundboard: Spruce Fir from Val di Fiemme

Body sides and bottom deck: Indian Rosewood.

Neck: Cedrela

Keyboard: Ebony

 

Classical Guitar Model 2-2011

Soundboard: Spruce Fir from Val di Fiemme

Body sides and bottom deck: Indian Rosewood.

Neck: Cedrela

Keyboard: Ebony

Headstock: Rosewood carved

Classical Guitar Model 2014

Soundboard: Spruce Fir from Val di Fiemme

Body sides and bottom deck: Indian Rosewood

Neck: Cedrela

Keyboard: Ebony