Timeless Instruments: Guitar Making School, Lutherie Supplies, Custom Instruments - David Freeman: Canadian Luthier

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


To find out how to build an acoustic guitar you can check out our Lutherie Training Courses or even Enroll Today

To buy or commission an instrument by David Freeman, check out our Instruments For Sale, or to view some amazing, handcrafted guitars head to our Multimedia Gallery

To buy lutherie supplies we have a whole new online store.  The menu on the left should help you find everything we have available.  If you can't find something you need then please email david@timelessinstruments.com as we do welcome customized orders; we'll do our very best to help you out.

Lastly, you can learn more about David Freeman and Timeless Instruments right here.

Thank you for coming to our website, there's a lot to see here but let us help you get started, if something isn't finished, please inquire (david@timelessinstruments.com) or check back later, we're working hard to make this site better all the time.

Our Facebook Group is a community of builders and musicians discusing all kinds of things related to the craft.  Please come and join the conversation

Our YouTube Channel has a collection of videos about Timeless Instruments.  You can learn about the school, or the guitars we have made, and even hear them being played.  There is also a very good video defining sound qualities to help you define what an instrument sounds like.

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FEATURED GUITAR - Sunset Monarch 24 fret Offcet Cutaway

A wonderful sounding instrument featuring a hand rubbed/painted sunset landscape in aniline dye.  A true work of art for both the musician and the collector.