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Buscarino
A guitar's primary function is usually measured in musical terms: its ability to produce precise notes, chords and passages on demand. Consistency is the ultimate test of its perfection. But to the Master luthier and craftsman John Buscarino, this is only a beginning. John is one of the few luthiers working today; a solo artisan handcrafting guitars suited to each customer's personal needs. His instruments are prized not just for the beautiful sounds they produce, but also as the cherished possessions they inevitably become. Guitar player Steve Morse considers his Buscarino guitars "treasured works of art," as do many of John's customers.John is unique among today's guitar builders in that he apprenticed with not one but two master luthiers. The first was Augustine LoPrinzi, from whom John learned the finer points of building classical guitars. John later worked with famed archtop builder Robert Benedetto, spending years perfecting the woodworking skills that today make him a master luthier in his own right.John has created hundreds of exquisite guitars using proven methods passed down over generations. He constantly refines these time-tested techniques, taking each to new levels of perfection in mastering the art of lutherie.
Franklin, North Carolina
George Benson, Russell Malone, Steve Morse, Ron Affif, Gene Bertoncini, Ken Hatfield, Corey Christiansen, Kenny Poole, Gary Larson (Far Side), Albert Lee, Mike Miller, Scott Chinnery, Robert Yelin
Virtuoso, Monarch, Corey Christiansen Model, Starlight, Cabaret, Carved Back Acoustic, Archtop
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