Acoustic parlor guitar by Sergiusz Stańczuk

Stanczuk parlor acoustic guitar Dorr-30P

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Explore Sergiusz Stańczuk’s visionary parlor guitar, meticulously fashioned from a 200-year-old spruce sourced from an antique piano and adorned with CITES-certified Brazilian rosewood. With its unparalleled aesthetics and remarkable acoustic performance, this instrument embodies sheer elegance and sonic excellence.

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Introducing Sergiusz Stańczuk’s dream parlor guitar, a masterpiece blending historical resonance, artisanal mastery, and unparalleled tonal brilliance. This extraordinary acoustic instrument showcases a top meticulously crafted from 200-year-old Carl Dorr spruce, originally sourced from an antique piano, complemented by a body fashioned from CITES-certified Brazilian rosewood. The result is a guitar of exquisite beauty, boasting a robust, resonant sound with remarkable sustain.

The Stańczuk Dorr-30D dreadnought acoustic guitar features a timeless dreadnought body shape with 14 frets to the body, ensuring a balanced and powerful sound projection. Its top is graced with the rare and aged Carl Dorr spruce, imparting a distinctive character and resonance. Crafted from luxurious Brazilian rosewood renowned for its stunning grain patterns and exceptional tonal qualities, the body elevates the instrument’s sonic richness.

Enhancing both playability and aesthetics, the guitar boasts a bone nut and saddle, an ebony fingerboard, bridge, and binding. Its rosette intricately incorporates ebony, while the purfling combines abalone and white mother of pearl for an elegant touch.

Equipped with Gotoh golden tuning machines boasting a 1:21 ratio, the Stańczuk Dorr-30D ensures precise and stable tuning. Its mahogany neck, paired with extra-hard 2.1 mm frets, delivers a seamless and comfortable playing experience. Finished with a nitro natural glossy finish, the guitar’s natural wood beauty shines through.

Additional features include ebony and abalone string pins, silver (925) and ebony fret markers, and Elixir 12-53 strings for balanced and articulate tone. The guitar includes a hard case for secure storage and transportation.

Each guitar is meticulously handcrafted by Sergiusz Stańczuk, reflecting his passion for lutherie and commitment to crafting instruments of unparalleled quality. While the pickguard is currently detached, it can be installed upon request by any luthier, offering customization options to suit the player’s preference.

Experience the unmatched craftsmanship and breathtaking allure of the Sergiusz Stańczuk dream guitar—a true treasure for guitar enthusiasts and collectors alike. Immerse yourself in the captivating story behind this extraordinary instrument and discover the artistry and skill that bring it to life.

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Stanczuk parloracoustuc guitar Dorr-30P specification:

  • body shape: parlor 12 frets to body
  • top: Carl Dorr spruce (app. 200 years old)
  • body: Brazilian rosewood (with CITES)
  • nut: bone, 43mm
  • saddle: bone
  • binding: flamed sycamore
  • rozette: ebony and mother of pearls
  • fingerboard: ebony and mother of mearls
  • purfling: abalone and white mother of pearls
  • tuning machines: Grover golden, ratio 1:14
  • scale: 630mm
  • neck: mahogany
  • frets: extra hard 2.1 mm
  • finish: nitro natural, glossy
  • bridge: ebony
  • string pins: ebony and abalone
  • frets markers: silver (925) and ebony
  • Strings: elixir 11-52
  • Hard case included
  • Year: 2024
  • Origin: Poland

Pickguard is now separated. Can be installed on request at any time by any luthier.

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Read more about Sergiusz Stanczuk and his guitars here

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Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 115 × 25 × 50 cm

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