Geza Burghardt is one of the greatest of the unequivocally great contemporary guitar makers. Born and trained in Hungary, he practices his high art in Canada. Burghardt handcrafts a few exquisite classical guitars in the Spanish style of Santos Hernandez each year. His extremely rare concert guitars are prized by cognoscenti around the world for their noble, breathtakingly beautiful, pure, deep, unusually powerful, traditional musical sound; magnificent old materials and unsurpassed workmanship. (Learn more).
Materials: As new condition, very dark brown/black quarter sawn CSA sides and back, old European spr. soundboard with extensive medullary rays, quilted maple bindings, Spanish cedar neck with "V" graft head to neck joint, ebony fingerboard, Santos Hernandez bracing pattern, exceptional French polish of shellac finish, workmanship of unsurpassed perfection, Rodgers tuning machine heads (the finest in the world) with engraved brass sideplates and oval CSA rosewood buttons, 650mm string length, Deluxe Ameritage case.