I have made classical instruments based on Hauser, Fleta, Torres, Bouchet, Lacote, Panormo, and a few others. I am excited to announce my own model as of the Fall of 2012. I prefer building with natural timber rosettes (mesquite wood shown) as opposed to the more common dyed wood tiled rosettes. I build classicals with either cedar or spruce tops. I often build my instruments with Texas Mesquite bridges and fingerboards (shown with torrified maple). I use contrasting wood bindings (upgrade Texas Mesquite with torrified maple purfling shown) and endgraphs. I prefer the more standard 650mm but can be scaled to 660mm concert length if requested.