Inspired by her love of music and creative craft activities, Friederike Linscheid completed her apprenticeship as a guitar maker at the instrument-making school in Mittenwald/Germany. Since then, she has been working as a luthier in Berlin. Guitar building combines many of her interests: music, art, design, and scientific work in equal measure. The precise handcrafting of carefully selected woods is of central importance to her for the sound and appearance of her guitars, just as the profound knowledge of the acoustic qualities.
This guitar, number 53, comes directly from Friederike and is a traditionally built powerhouse. Due to its cedar top with Robert Bouchet-inspired spruce bracing, it produces a very interesting, full-bodied and warm tone. Moreover, just like Daniel Friederich guitars, the Indian rosewood sides are laminated with mahogany and reinforced with regularly arranged braces in the style of Dominique Field. As a result, Friederike Linscheid has created a guitar full of character, which not only sounds expressive, but also has a great variety of tonal colors to offer. Furthermore, its excellent playability and versatility make it an ideal guitar for any ambitious guitarist.
|Back and sides:||Inidian rosewood|
|Air body resonance:||F|
|Case:||Hiscox II PRO|