Classical Guitars: Trinity Guitars Traditional Model

The Traditional Model design is rooted in the Germanic Hauser school of guitar building and sound. To this tradition Holler has added many innovations such as:

a unique back bracing

top bracing utilizing a mix of western red cedar, European spruce and redwood

carbon fiber rod in the neck.

All of the models are based on this design and adapted for their specific requirements. The guitars produce a big, clear, focused sound with singing trebles and generous sustain. The guitars are well balanced throughout the sonic range. All instruments feature a 20th fret, a full 19th fret and the12th fret set slightly off the body. This combination of features provides a great visual aesthetic as well as an ease of play.
Tops are made of Engelmann Spruce, European Spruce and Western Red Cedar. Back and sides are of Indian Rosewood, Brazilian Rosewood, Cocobloa, Curly and Quilted Maple. Other tone woods can be special ordered. Commissions are welcome. From time to time a guitar may be in stock and available for sale but most are custom built. I encourage clients to be actively involved in the design of their guitar. The result is a truly personalized instrument.

For an example of the Traditional Model, see Trinity Guitars #27.

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