Mirko Migliorini graduated in 2002 from the prestigious “Civica Scuola di Liuteria” in Milan, Italy. He attended many workshops by world-renowned guitar makers that led him to build guitars following his philosophy. Mirko has been awarded important prizes in classical guitar making. For instance, the third prize at the 5th International Guitar Making Competition of Baveno in 2001, and the “Golden Guitar,” a very important recognition to Lutherie assigned during the “26th International Guitar Conference” of Milan, an award that only a few luthiers have received. Furthermore, his instruments are known for their features, refined style, and exceptional quality.
This brand-new Orfeo model guitar is a fantastic instrument in all regards. One will appreciate the amount of effort Mirko invested into this instrument. It has a cedar double-top soundboard and striking Indian rosewood back and sides. Moreover, the craftsmanship of this guitar is second to none. The most exciting feature of this guitar is the technically sophisticated tornavoz, which is easily removable. Despite the modern design, Mirko uses traditional techniques and features in this guitar. The result is an exceptionally effortless to play instrument that will meet the requirements of contemporary guitarists at all levels.
Watch the presentation video of this special guitar below, where you will find a lot of additional information about its playability and sound.
|Back and sides:||Indian rosewood|
|Air body frequency:||D|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|