accountant said it was "financially irresponsible" of
me to be sitting on guitar cases I don't use so I'm having a clearance
sale on all old inventory styles. All cases are brand new, but may
have a scuff or two from storage. Prices do not include shipping.
Here's what's available:
Cedar Creek Grand Concert Case:
my Grand Concert model, Olson SJ, Ryan Mission, Goodall Concert,
and other similar models. Dimensions: 15-14" lower bout, 11"
upper bout, 19-1/2" length, and up to 4.5" depth. Black
Tolex w/Royal Blue interior. Qty. 1 left at $135.00
I'm pleased to announce that I am now offering two new
models in the Vintage Series, the "OM" & the
"Nick Lucas". These will compliment the Slope Dreadnought
Model introduced two years ago. A
lot of time and research went into developing these models to create
guitars with a real "vintage" vibe so I consider them
to be more authentic re-creations than my own personal take on the
originals. Please see the Models page for
specifications and more details.
New 8-String Model Now Available!
Also added to the line-up this year is the new 8-String
Model. Click on the image below for a write up in the Feb. '06 issue
of Acoustic Guitar, or here
for more details and specifications.
2003 Acoustic Guitar Magazine Features Eichelbaum Guitars
Eichelbaum Guitars was proud to be the featured maker in the
Gearbox section of the July 2003 Issue. Click on the images
at right to see the article or visit www.acousticguitar.com for back issue information.
What They're saying...
Grand Concert is all the guitar anyone could ever need. A class
act all the way."
had the privilege of playing some fine acoustic guitars over
the years. But not one of those great experiences can compare
to my Grand Auditorium Cutaway. In every category the Eichelbaum
comes out on top. The craftsmanship is unparalleled; the tonewoods
impeccable; the finish like a mirror. The sound is rich and
defined, while articulate, and highly controlled - all at the
same time. My GA plays at the speed of thought, as if intuitively
hard-wired to my brain. No matter what I'm playing: from power
strumming to the most subtle fingering. I've never heard any
other guitar able to accomplish that. It seems built to completely
remove the barrier between guitar and player. Truly remarkable!
Of all the things I enjoy about my guitar just sitting back
and visually taking it in - from all angles it's truly a work
- South Carolina
a recent King of the Hill session we did a shootout of seven
very nice acoustic guitars. When I played the Eichelbaum everyone
said: 'That's the one!'"
Eichelbaum Grand Concert Guitar especially likes altered and
dropped tunings. So whether I'm scoring a tense moment for Hank
Hill, recording tunes for my EKO albums, or I just want to relax
and have some fun fingerpicking it's my first choice.
O'Connor, recording artist and Composor with the FOX TV series
"King of the Hill"
Eichelbaum Grand Concert Guitar has enormously round, fat, individual
notes, much like a fine classical guitar. It seems perfect for
the jazz fingerstyle that I love to play, but it also sounds
marvelous for 'plectrum-style' jazz, which many people
associate with archtops. I love to surprise students by playing
the Eichelbaum in settings where an archtop or classical would
be the 'normal' instrument of choice.
For me, its size, style, and neck dimensions and visual appeal
are a constant source of pleasure. A pro jazz player friend
recently came over and played all my acoustics, and pronounced
the Eichelbaum his favorite...last I heard, he was saving up
Paul Asbell, musician
Find out more about Paul
Asbell's unique musical talents, gear, and his new CD at: www.paulasbell.com
wasn't sure I was qualified to offer an opinion about David's
instruments, only being an 'amateur'. But I do appreciate
and recognize quality when I see and hear it. I have the pleasure
of owning the first Slope Shoulder Dreadnought along with a
Grand Concert. Both instruments are truly amazing in their own
way...multilayers of sweetness that you truly get lost in. I
have played many fine guitars in the past 18 years and the quality
of workmanship, playability, and sound of David's guitars are
unsurpassed by any other.