Welcome to Baupres Luthiers. Our workshop was founded in 2014 and consists of a team of professionals with over twenty years of experience. We maintain, take care of, restore or equip your guitar, bass or other kinds of plucked string instruments according to your needs with the seriousness, advice, commitment and guarantee we offer.
Ángel Gómez de Guillén is an artisan guitar maker based in Murcia (Spain). For more than 20 years the guitar has been his main instrument, with which he has been acquiring a musical, personal and professional learning.
Years ago, he began to thoroughly investigate the instrument with the restoration of antique guitars.
Luthier Felipe Conde Nowadays, Luthier Felipe Conde belongs to the third generation of a great guitar-making dynasty that was born in 1882, giving it a new boost and enhancing the hallmarks that have always characterized Conde’s guitars. His high-end flamenco and classic guitars constitute an icon of the best Spanish handicraft.
Rafael Romero Barroso started playing the guitar at the age of twelve, being a disciple of Rafael Escudier. At the age of sixteen, he jumped onto the flamenco stage accompanying artists who are now established figures, such as "Chano Lobato", "Rancapino", "Curro Malena", "El Chato de la Isla", and a girl from Cadiz, called Sara Baras, who stood out in the dance.
For more than 43 years ago the craft guitar shop of Spanish Luthier Juan Luis Cayuela, is located in Zaragoza Street No. 4, in the center of Seville. The origin of the Spanish Luthier Juan Luis Cayuela started four generations ago, in the person of Juan Luis Cayuela Callejas, born in 1901, this guitarist, born in Andujar (Jaen)
Teodoro Pérez Guitars Teodoro Pérez Guitars is a family company focused on the artisanal construction of Classic and Flamenco guitars. The construction of its guitars follows a technique developed through generations of expert guitar Luthiers from the Madrid school, giving its guitars a distinctive touch… All its guitars can be tailored upon the client’s request.
José Rodríguez Peña, handmade guitars maker, was born in Andújar in 1958. He started making guitars in 1972, influenced by Miguel Rodríguez and Manuel Reyes, both of them fine guitarreros from Córdoba, creating later José Rodríguez Guitars. José Rodríguez Peña makes high quality handmade guitars, classical as well as flamenco ones.
The Chiliquinga family is a dynasty that today is the third generation of builders of concert classical guitars, requinto and other chordophones in Ecuador. Hugo Chiliquinga Espín (1941-2011) made many trips to learn about the most suitable woods and materials
French violin maker on the île de la Réunion since 2001. "Most of my inspiration came from observing the elements, such as the water cycle and plant growth. This vision of nature allowed me to imagine the "Manche Intégral®".
Francisco Barba’s professional career began in the 60s of the last century. He learned the craft of the carpentry from his father, although at the age of 17 he decided in a self-taught way to specialize in the construction of guitars in the same house where he has his workshop today.
“Flamenco is a musical expression which draws inspiration from all corners of the world.” Eitan’s greatest passion is the making of Flamenco guitars in which he captures the true essence of the “Duende Flamenco” As a professional guitarist and musician, Eitan builds guitars with a first hand, unique understanding of what a player needs.
The FP are special and professional accessories, as the result of a research on the phenomenology acoustic sound of the clarinet and saxophone. Scientific research has focused on four accessories of such articles: Clamps, Kegs Hoods and Cañas. After 25 years, this research has resulted in a new concept of clips, barrels, bells and reeds
Paulino Bernabé born between guitars, June 9, 1960 in Madrid, in the shop where his father worked . They lived on the top floor and was lucky that since very little had always seen his father worked with woods, selected and treated them with love and respect
Spanish Guitar Foundation is dedicated to promoting, both nationally and internationally, use and recognition of the Spanish classical guitar. To achieve this end, the Foundation focuses on several significant aspects: musicological research building of new works for the guitar conducting master classes seminars events related to the proper use of the instruments
Here we present a company that develops his work as master luthiers from almost 70 years ago. We talked about Guitars Camps , in which the construction of the Spanish guitar through a handmade work of selection , assembly , polishing and finishing that can only be done by a team of highly qualified staff
With this news took the opportunity to present one of our ‘web-friendly’. These guitars Francisco Bros, offering adequate to the needs and possibilities of each guitarist guitars. The perfect combination of the purest craft traditions, along with the best materials and the Maderas Barber years experience in the Luthier, resulting in a high quality guitar
Among the friends of Maderas Barber today include the work of Violin 3 … construction, repair and varnishing of stringed instruments. A job as a luthier is required, along with a wealth of experience gained over the years, the use of quality materials. And when the work of master craftsmen with the best raw material