A very special thanks to Nate Brown (another proud owner of a Sipe guitar) for permitting me to share these recordings.
Multi-scale fretboard with custom inlay, an arm bevel and sound port in European spruce and Ziricote; a very fun and different project for me.
This is a D-18 style guitar with flamed mahogany and a Lutz spruce top
This is a D-18 style guitar in flamed mahogany and Lutz spruce
Here is Dave Francis rockin out on a multi-scale guitar I made for him. He likes to play in altered tunings and a multi-scale guitar seemed like a perfect fit for his style. He is a great player and teacher and you can learn more about him at www.guitarborist.com
Audio sample played by Steve Cheseborough, a specialist in 1920s and 30s style blues and a proud owner of a Sipe parlour guitar. The audio sample is a 16 bit / 44.1 khz file recorded on a tascam DR-05 portable recorder at about a distance of 4' with no post processing or effects--just straight from his hands to your ears.
"Wave" in pearwood, hand dyed green and maple.
Here are some nice black mother of pearl buttons on a set of Rodgers tuning machines that this customer opted for as an upgrade.