German for Memory, Die Erinnerung is a modern take on the Austrian Kontragitarre of the early twentieth century. It's basically a classical guItar, clear and transparent, yet the slightly deeper body and four sub bass strings add warmth to its sound. The subs can be tuned either with a re-entrant G-DD-CC-AA or a diatonic DD-CC-BB-AA.
"Way cool" - Kathy Wingert
Because this harp guitar reminds me of the Matisse cut-outs, I call it "The Dancer." It's a fresh interplay of curving lines, always the same, but in a different way. Semper idem sed non eodem modo. Six sub-bass strings: G, DD, CC, BB, AA, GG
"Really, really nice, Michael!" - Fred Carlson
Made for a very fine, young musician with a baby girl, named "Lily."
Classical guitar after Antonio Torres, with a slightly narrower waist and smaller upper bout. I particularly like its lute-like sound. East Indian Rosewood and Alpine spruce. 650mm scale.