Interview with David Sundberg
Senast ändrad Master luthier David Sundberg started his business in 2003 under the name of Sundberg Guitars. This was right after graduating with a journeyman's letter from a three-year guitar making program in Stockholm. David is one out of two students who have ever been awarded the Large Silver Medal by the Swedish Craft Council for excellent craftsmanship in guitar making.
Interview with Catherine Fox
Senast ändrad Cat Fox abandoned her dreams of becoming a pilot for a career in lutherie. Today, she works as a repair tech based in South Hero, Vermont – and loves everything about it.
Interview with Kathy Wingert
Senast ändrad For Kathy Wingert, her career as a luthier started with flipping guitars during her teens. Now she builds her own under the name Wingert Guitars. We interviewed Kathy to learn more.
Interview with Shelley D. Park
Senast ändrad For Shelley D. Park, her interest in guitars started with a modest guitar she received from her parents as a graduation present. Since 1991, she has been building her own guitars in the Selmer-Maccaferri tradition in Vancouver, Canada.
Interview with Elizabeth Jayne Henderson
Senast ändrad Elizabeth Jayne Henderson traded her law career for a career in luthery. Today she's been building guitars for ten years, currently from her shop in Asheville, North Carolina.
Interview with Joshia de Jonge
Senast ändrad Joshia de Jonge built her first guitar when she was 13 and today she runs her own workshop in western Québec, Canada. We interviewed Joshia to learn more.
Musikinstrumentakademien har sedan starten 2012 etablerat goda kontakter med såväl gitarrbyggare som personer verksamma inom närliggande nischer. Med vår intervjuserie Månadens gitarrprofil vill vi öppna dörrarna för allmänheten att få en glimt av annorlunda men spännande yrkesliv. Det rör sig om yrkesliv många tar för givet men som få vet existerar. Intervjuerna är gjorda med yrkesverksamma nationellt såväl som internationellt, och kommer att publiceras löpande.