The bariton guitar I started building a while ago is finished!
Except for the fingerboard and the bridge, the entire instrument is made from local woods: The body is made of cherry, the top is alpine spruce and all the bindings, purflings and decorations are made from maple and walnut.
I’m very proud of the Neo-Celtic Knot inlays in the back and in the fretboard. The designs are my own as well.
The instrument has a pinless bridge and an armrest on the upper bout to make it more comfortable to play.
Click on the photos to see details!