Guitar no. 100
My 100th guitar is now available for sale. This guitar was built 2 years ago, and spent 15 months in the very capable hands of Marcin Dylla. Marcin saw the guitar at the Classical Guitar Retreat in Scotland in 2015 (see Samples page), and liked it enough to ask to have the guitar on loan for a year. I now have the guitar back in my workshop, and am offering it for sale for £4,000.
In most ways this guitar follows my standard design, but it uses no tropical hardwoods, and has FSC certified (sustainable) top, back and sides. The neck is walnut, and the fingerboard bog oak. Top is European spruce and the back and sides flamed maple. The tuners are Rodgers with black horn buttons.
Guitar no. 104
This guitar was made for exhibition last year, and has a European spruce top, and Indian rosewood back and sides. The neck is cedrela (Spanish cedar), the fingerboard is ebony, and the bridge ziricote. The guitar is fitted with Alessi hand made tuners and also features a V-joint. Available for sale at £3,750
Guitar no. 111
Finally, I have a non-tropical guitar built for exhibition at the Cordefactum Guitar Festival earlier this year. The guitar has walnut neck, back and sides, a Rocklite fingerboard, and a laburnum bridge, and is fitted with Gotoh tuners. Price for this guitar is £3,600.
Second Hand Guitars
I’m hoping to have a second-hand Lister guitar available for sale soon. European spruce top, and ziricote back and sides. Price will be in the region of £2,000. Send me an email for more information.
Second Hand Guitars
Guitar no. 095
European spruce top, ziricote back, sides and bridge. Macey tuners, ebony fingerboard and mahogany neck. Good condition, but there are a few very fine cracks in the back (ziricote is prone to this in much the same way as Brazilian rosewood is).
This guitar has now been sold. Watch this space, or sign up for my Newsletter here if you’re interested in second hand Lister guitars that I have available from time to time.