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The Prairie Oasis of Lutherie.
Since 1980, David Freeman has been Timeless Instruments.
In 2012, His son, Seth, joined him, a one person shop became a two people shop.
Four courses are taught a year, David demonstrates building, evolving and researching acoustics in unique instruments that push Sound and Playability,while maintaining Traditional Aesthetics.
David Sculpts Sound
Introducing the Soundwedge
The latest design by David Freman has evolved over the past years. By expanding the depth of the body on the bass side (right), the guitar has volume that compliments the bass frequencies. This also contracts the treble side to compliment the treble soundwaves. The wedge creates more seperation, balancing out the bass, mid, and treble responses. Each Instrument also features an armrest bent into the soundboard (left) to accomodate the wider bass side. You don't notice the width! They are comfortable to play and they sound excellent. Over the next weeks you will get to see and hear more about this innovation, but for now you can check out more pictures and features at our Soundwedge Page
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