Rufini Fine Instruments / Montefalco Semi-hollow / 2019 / Black Metallic / Guitar
- Montefalco #003- semi-hollow, "Black" metallic color.
Available on demand
Two pieces mahogany khaya
European maple top
Quartersawn flame Maple neck
Indian Rosewood ('50 years old) slab fretboard
21 medium Jumbo Jescar steel frets
Compound Radius 9.5"/12"
Vintage truss rod
42mm at nut
"C" shape (thickness: 1°-22,5mm / 12°-24mm)
ABM tune-o-matic roller bridge
Duesemberg Vibrato Tail Piece
Gold foil PAF Alnico 8 Valenti pickups
Master Vol+ treble bleed, 3 way switch, Master Tone, High pass filter.
Black metallic color, matching headstock
VAT and hard case included
Rufini Fine Instruments, Italy
Matteo Rufini is an Italian born luthier; he's been perfecting his craft since the year 2000.
His workshop is based in the medieval city of Perugia where he graduated from Art school. He learned the craft of violin making at the "Mastri Liutai e Archettai" institute, one of the most prestigious Italian lutherie school; he completed the three year course under the guidance of Master luthiers Marcello di Sante and Winfrid Mayer. He then perfected the craft of string instrument and bow making with Master Benoit Cordonnier in his Paris atelier.
In 2007 he opens his own workshop where he mainly builds violins, violas, acoustic and classical guitars, electric basses. He works following the classical techniques exclusively, which he also applies to create baroque and pre aged instruments.
Along with my classical builds I take pride in crafting the finest electric instruments.
My goal is to apply classical lutherie's principles about sound and aesthetic to my modern instruments. My experience in the classical field tells me every instrument has an inherent voice, so I hand craft them one by one without the use of CNC machines, so i can guarantee the highest quality and sound projection.
My production is divided in series. Every series has its own style and individual sonic character.