The new Glenn Canin #161 2021 just arrived and is already sold – .
This is the 3rd guitar that we got from Glenn Canin. Every time we receive a new Glenn Canin, Philippe says that this one is better than the last one. In fact, they are all very good. This one has a Malaysian Blackwood back and sides which maybe produce stronger basses .he sound is pure, the tone color amazing of beauty. The guitar has a lot of color potential, depending on how you play you can have a round and warm sound or a bright and clear sound.
Glenn Canin is one of the young luthiers that build guitars for famous concert players. We are proud to offer you one of his double-top very soon. Glenn has 2 years of the waiting list. Here is the opportunity to get now one of the most sought double top of America. We will video review this guitar soon. The guitar is amazingly super light and in a way close to the German DT. Of course, the projection is amazing, with a natural tone, just the right amount of clarity and warmness. The guitar has a lot of color potential, depending on how you play you can have round and warm sound or a bright and clear sound. Played softly the guitar is like a dream, if you push a little bit more the strings then musicality remains. Playability: perfect.
I asked Glenn to talk about him, here are his words:
“I studied classical guitar and did my undergraduate and graduate studies with Pepe and Celin Romero. During those years I was fortunate to play many great guitars from their collection from Torres to Freiderich. I also owned and played great guitars by Contreras, Khono, and Rodriguez. I loved many of these instruments but always found myself wanting more out of them- more sound, greater dynamic range and color palette, more sustain, and more power!
15 years ago I began playing flamenco guitar for fun. My best friend was going to Spain to study flamenco and buy a guitar. I gave him money to buy one for me. After 3 months he came back with guitars for us both that I found very unimpressive. I decided to take matters into my own hands and make myself one. I had spent many years of my youth crafting custom surfboards for a living so I knew how to use tools and carve things. I was fortunate to get guidance from a local luthier and Pepe Romero Jr. so the guitar was pretty successful. In fact one of the top US flamenco guitarists- Jason McGuire – ended up buying the guitar and encouraging me to take up luthery full time. I built flamenco guitars for a couple of years but quickly switched to classical guitars as this was where my heart was. I was fortunate to learn much of the craft from Eric Monrad who I consider to be the finest guitar builder in the US. I was soon drawn to building doubletop guitars as I remembered how unsatisfied I was with the traditional guitar. I built many nice guitars using nomex and was able to satisfy my desire for greater power and color palette. But I always felt the guitars were too bright and unnatural sounding. Then I came across the idea of using small sticks of balsa from Toni Mueller and adopted this technique. Since then I feel that I have been able to realize my vision of a guitar that satisfies all of the things I’ve always wanted- power, large dynamic and color palette, great sustain, warmth and beauty.
Bruce Holzman, Andrew Zohn, Celil Refik Kaya, Duo Noire, Alexander Dunn, Charles Mokotoff…and many more top level guitarists are playing on my guitars”
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