Adrian Heinzelmann is one of the most talented German luthiers of his generation. His guitars are of great finesse with an aesthetic that combines the Spanish tradition and the modernity for which German luthiers are universally recognized. His guitars are played by many brilliant teachers, soloists, and students, and have already proven themselves in major European concert halls.
His craftsmanship and the way Adrian Heinzelmann designs his soundboards are unique. Many narrow parallel trenches are carved inside of the cedar soundboard to optimize its weight and flexibility. This technique, combined with lightweight lattice bracing, gives an instrument of great sensitivity and impressive volume. Playing Adrian Heinzelmann’s guitar gives a feeling of confidence and pushes the guitarist to go beyond his limits.
This classy-looking guitar with a modern twist offers all the features that characterize a first-class classical guitar. Including an overall well-balanced sound in polyphonic music, a top-notch separation of voices, and a long sustain. On top of that, it offers a remarkable voice that is both sweet and bold at the same time. The pleasantly round neck, raised fingerboard, and responsive soundboard create a great playing feel and bring out the best that a classical guitarist expects from a master guitar.
This brand new Heinzelmann is a truly versatile concert instrument of the highest degree. Every aspect of this guitar is simply impressive, both tonally and aesthetically. Great care was taken in the selection of the cedar top, as well as the choice of Indian rosewood back and sides. Its workmanship quality perfectly reflects Adrian’s outstanding skills and knowledge. This guitar not only has an excellent price-performance ratio, but will also meet the needs of guitarists of any level.
Watch the presentation video of this particular guitar below, where you can find a lot of additional information about its playability and sound.
|Back and sides:||Indian rosewood|
|Air body frequency:||F/F#|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|
|Case:||Hiscox Pro II “Siccas Guitars” Edition|