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Edmund Blöchinger – 2003 No. 110

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Born and raised in a small town near Munich, Edmund Blöchinger’s early fascination with the visual and auditory elements of music led him down a path of unique craftsmanship. His passion for guitar making was influenced by childhood experiences, such as admiring the shapes of classical guitars in store windows and learning to appreciate the natural beauty of wood through his grandfather, a retired forest master. This deep connection to nature became foundational in his work, as he continues to personally select and cut the wood for his guitars. After initially training as a cabinetmaker, Blöchinger’s ambition to become a luthier was realized in 1982 through an apprenticeship in a nearby guitar workshop. A pivotal moment in his career occurred in 1987, with the discovery of José Luis Romanillos’ book on Antonio de Torres, and was further cemented by attending Romanillos’ master class in Cordoba in 1989. Blöchinger’s craftsmanship has been profoundly shaped by the traditional methods and aesthetic principles of legendary masters. His guitars, known for their warmth, clarity, and balance, achieving a distinctive concert sound through meticulous attention to design and construction details.

The 2003 No. 110 guitar stands as a pinnacle within the realm of traditional cedar instruments, captivating those who seek a blend of warmth and clarity in their musical expression. Its tone is described as warm, with a soft glow that belies its penetrating, clear sound. Despite its slightly smaller body, this guitar produces a tremendous volume and energy, making every playing session an absolute delight. On stage, its projecting power truly shines, paired with an outstanding richness of tone that fills any venue with its harmonious presence. The guitar’s trebles are particularly noteworthy, offering a full, warm sound and feel that is often only achieved by guitars that have been meticulously played in over many years.

From an aesthetic standpoint, the guitar is just as impressive, featuring a beautiful herringbone rosette that complements its pau ferro back and sides, contributing to its visually stunning appearance. The instrument’s design and materials not only enhance its sound quality but also its visual appeal, making it a coveted piece for both collectors and performers alike. As a pre-loved instrument, it bears the marks of its journey in the hands of previous owners, with playing wear evident yet devoid of any structural issues. This guitar embodies the perfect combination of aesthetic beauty, acoustic excellence, and the cherished warmth of a well-loved instrument, making it a remarkable choice for musicians seeking a guitar with character, history, and unparalleled performance capabilities.

Luthier: Edmund Blöchinger
Construction year: 2003
Top: Cedar
Back and sides: Pau Ferro
Scale: 650 mm
Nut: 52 mm
Weight: 1525 grams
Air body frequency: G#
Tuners: Reischl
Strings: Knobloch EDC 34.0
Case: Hiscox Pro II “Siccas Guitars” Edition
Condition: Very Good

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+49 721 38143275

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