PL21

Plan, 1972 Daniel Friedrich classical guitar

$14.45

Daniel Friedrich builds in his Paris workshop and adopts a thoroughly scientific approach based on the Torres and Bouchet designs. He measures the stiffness of his soundboards and braces and has used both Cedar and Spruce for the top. He laminates the ribs, (since 1970) for a total thickness of 4mm! His guitars are said to possess good sustain, tone, and great power. Among the players of his instruments are Stein-Erik Olsen, the late Ida Presti, and Alexander Lagoya, who guided Friedrich in his early years as a maker. Drawing by Roy Courtnall Summerfield.

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Product Description

Dimensions
Body length 19.3"
Waist 9.5"
Upper bout 11"
Lower bout 14.5"
Body depth 3.9"
Overall length 38.5"
Scale length 650 mm
# of frets 19

Details

Shipping Restrictions - Location
No Restrictions
Scale Length
25.6" or 650mm scale length
Frets to Body
12 frets to the body
Instrument Type
Classical
Author
Roy Courtnall Summerfield
Builder
Daniel Friedrich

Reviews

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02/10/2019

An excellent plan

This plan has all the details a needed to either reproduce what is shown or use it as a base from which to develop different body, neck, and headstock shapes, bracing dimensions etc.

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Plan, 1972 Daniel Friedrich classical guitar

Daniel Friedrich builds in his Paris workshop and adopts a thoroughly scientific approach based on the Torres and Bouchet designs. He measures the stiffness of his soundboards and braces and has used both Cedar and Spruce for the top. He laminates the ribs, (since 1970) for a total thickness of 4mm! His guitars are said to possess good sustain, tone, and great power. Among the players of his instruments are Stein-Erik Olsen, the late Ida Presti, and Alexander Lagoya, who guided Friedrich in his early years as a maker. Drawing by Roy Courtnall Summerfield.

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