Dindi is a rather traditional Spanish looking guitar with some interesting design features. First and foremost, Dindi features a nice old set of European spruce with some haselfichte figure and lots of great character. The soundboard is braced with a diagonal wood lattice. The sound is quick off the mark. The trebles have sparkle and the basses are crisp and resonant. Most importantly, there is a very large palate of tonal colors from ponticello to sul tasto; the expressive capabilities are immense.

Wonderfully figured Madagascar rosewood was used for the back and sides. I bought this wood back in 2005 and resawed it myself. The sides are lined with hard maple, and the back is lined with Spanish cypress. The plantilla is Romanillos and I've used a V-jointed neck to add to the traditional appearance.


•640mm scale/52 mm nut.
•European spruce top with wood lattice bracing.
•Madagascar rosewood back and sides. (Lined with maple and Spanish cypress.)
•Handmade rosette, purfling, backstrip and headstock inlay from un-dyed wood.
•Ebony binding.
•Ebony fingerboard. Spanish cedar neck with V-jointed head.
•12 hole bridge.
•Unbleached bone nut and saddle.
•All French Polish finish.
•Rubner tuning machines with Ebony buttons and black rollers.