Joshia de Jonge, Canada
Concert Model
New 2021
Overview: These exceptional concert instruments combine northern European traditional tonal beauty with the quick response and laser-like projection of the most successful, innovative contemporary guitars.

The first string of these guitars is powerful, round and clear, firm, even, and very quick and alive - as are its second and third strings. Their deep resonant basses are rich and firm, perfectly in balance with their treble counterparts. Both very musical and very powerful, these player friendly, world class, concert instruments have a highly appealing warm, creamy, very smooth signature sound and a wide palette of color and attack. Each note is like a polished jewel. Playability is excellent offering one of the easiest actions and neck contours around. The exquisite visual beauty of these instruments, of course, speaks for itself. (Learn more about this classical guitar maker).

See both the Winter 2015 issue of Classical Guitar magazine and the November 2013 issue of Acoustic Guitar magazine and its "Great Acoustics" article. Both magazines feature a biographical essay and photo spread about Ms. de Jonge's elegant work. 

Materials: European spruce soundboard, Indian rosewood sides and back; elevated fingerboard, twentieth fret for strings 1 through 3, Joshia de Jonge’s vine pattern mosaic rosette; twelve hole tie block; Gotoh 510 tuning machine heads, unsurpassed craftsmanship; superb French polish of shellac finish; 650mm string length; hard shell case.