Here is a brand new 2020 Kim Lissarrague lattice guitar, surely one of our best guitars in stock. Many concert players have chosen Kim guitars mostly because of the wonderful tone and its loudness. Have a look at our video review, you will understand why this guitar offers so much playing potential. This No. 338 is very similar to the N° 335 except that the No 338 has a matt finish top.
Superb projection, clarity, and sustain, combined with a rich, full tone. the Kim Lissarrague concert guitars are competing with the best guitars. The high notes are creamy and singing, while the bass notes are rounded and powerful, giving a “cello” impression. Certainly the closest to perfection!
Kim Lissarrague guitars are among the best that you can find.
The playing comfort is incredible, it’s just so easy and supple! The curve of the neck is close to perfection, even for the most demanding guitarist. Cord sustain is impeccable, the Gilbert tuners are not only beautiful, but they’re also very efficient. The guitar resonates effortlessly and is rich in harmonics; its projection and dynamics are fabulous and smooth, with a broad sound range beneath your fingers. You need to try this instrument to gain an understanding of its quality.
The volume, sustain, and evenness of his guitars has to be heard to be believed. Kim builds a magnificent classical guitar, one full of power and voice. Australian style, arched back and sides, lighter top, thin, with tons of energy transmission. Dynamic coloring with power is the sum total, coupled with beautiful workmanship. Kim builds his guitars out of Wentworth Falls Australia.
This guitar also features 650 scale ebony fingerboard with extra 21st high C fret, Gilbert tuners, lattice braced cedar top and Hiscox flight case.
An outstanding guitar that will give great pleasure. A real benchmark.
Here are some bio information borrowed from the luthier website :
I began making my first guitar in 1991 at the age of thirteen. I was drawn to guitar making through my love of music and a keen interest in working with wood.
At fourteen I had the great fortune of meeting the luthier Peter Biffin who inspired me to really understand and experiment with new techniques for building instruments, to refine and develop all aspects of the guitar, to make them play and sound better, which I have continued to do.
Working in Melbourne for James Cargill after completing school, I refined my skills repairing and making electric and acoustic instruments for Cargill Custom Guitars.
These days I have a small workshop in Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, where I make a limited number of high quality guitars per year.
I have developed my own designs based on the ‘Australian School’ of guitar making. The guitar I have to offer you is a lattice-braced, arched back classical guitar, which has superb projection, clarity and sustain. Combining a full and rich tone, with bright trebles and warm basses.
My guitars are beautifully handcrafted, using the highest quality materials available. Anyone looking for a guitar with plenty of power and volume will find these qualities in a Lissarrague.
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