Rafal Turkowiak was born in Golanice near Leszno, Poland, on 9 January 1966. His father, a carpenter, and grandfather, a wheelwright, had a great influence on him in the field of carpentry and wood technology. Twenty years of guitar-making and experimenting with a very scientific and modern approach brought him to develop construction concepts improving the resonance of the guitar: the “WAVE” structure.
This brand new guitar from Rafal Turkowiak is numbered 472. It has a cedar double top soundboard with cocobolo back and sides. The wood combination creates an appealing look, which also makes this guitar more than just a musical instrument but also an artwork. This guitar has many modern features that improve acoustic quality and playability, for instance, the famous “Acoustic tube” inside the neck, to give the latter a more significant role in the overall resonance of the guitar.
This guitar requires minimal effort for players of all levels to achieve a room-filling tone. The outstanding balance of this guitar also makes it a perfect musical instrument for various needs. An excellent and inspiring guitar that brings a lot of satisfaction and supports the player in every respect.
Check out the presentation video of this specific guitar below in which you will find plenty of extra information about its playability and sound.
|Back and sides:||Cocobolo|
|Air body frequency:||C|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|