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La Conner Guitar Festival 2019

La Conner Guitar Festival 2019

  • May 10, 2019
Urlacher Guitars is back in La Conner, WA! Another fabulous weekend of music and friends. Here I am eagerly awaiting Mary Flower to take the stage and work her magic with these two guitars. Mary is a blues and ragtime fingerstyle guitarist and vocalist. You can check out her music here: maryflower.com. These two beauties, a New Guinea Striped Ebony Modern Dreadnought and a Brazilian Rosewood Parlor guitar, are now available for purchase. Please inquire for more information.
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Brazilian Rosewood And Red Spruce Parlor Guitar

Brazilian Rosewood and Red Spruce Parlor

  • April 10, 2019
This sweet little guitar was created for the 2019 La Conner Guitar Festival. Back and sides are a dark Brazilian Rosewood and Red Spruce for the top; a wood combination for the finest guitars. This parlor guitar has a warm, rich tone with excellent clarity and balance. It is now available for purchase. Please inquire for more pictures and information.
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Women Builders At Woodstock

Women Builders at Woodstock

  • November 17, 2018
A proud and gratifying moment; to be part of this group of women luthiers from all parts of the world. Women builders attending the show were called onto the stage by Linda Manzer at the end of her award presentation. A heartfelt thank you to Robert Baker Rorick for bringing us together at the 2018 Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase. There is still only a handful of women building instruments, but the numbers are growing!
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Woodstock Invitational

Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase 2018

  • June 25, 2018
I am excited to announce that Urlacher Guitars will be on display at the Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase, October 26th-28th. WILS is an annual acoustic guitar festival which includes stringed instrument builders, players, collectors and aficionados. This event is a gathering for the community, that provides the opportunity to see and hear some of the finest acoustic guitars around. This year is unique because the show will feature women luthiers and performing artists of note, from around the world. I couldn’t be more excited for Woodstock 2018!
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LA CONNER GUITAR FESTIVAL 2018

La Conner Guitar Festival 2018

  • June 10, 2018
Urlacher Guitars will be on display at the La Conner Guitar Festival, May 11th-13th! The town of La Conner, is nestled on the bank of the Swinomish Channel at the edge of the idyllic farm lands of the Skagit Valley in the great state of Washington. It has been host to world famous artists, poets, and authors. With such a history steeped in the arts, La Conner is a natural fit to showcase the Art of Lutherie with some of the finest instruments from around the world.
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Santa Barbara Acoustic Instuments Celebration

Back To Santa Barbara

  • September 12, 2017
Urlacher Parlor and Concert Guitars were on display during the 2017 Santa Barbara Acoustic Instrument Celebration. SBAIC features handmade stringed instruments exhibited by their creators.
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Flamewood Concert Guitar

Flamewood Concert Guitar Complete

  • September 10, 2017
The back and sides of this guitar are made with Flamewood. It is a true Rosewood originating from Laos, SE Asia. Characteristics are hard, dense, and displays a beautiful chatoyance.
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URLACHER DREADNOUGHT ON ITS WAY

Urlacher Dreadnought On It’s Way

  • May 1, 2017
It may be typical for builders to start their catalog of guitar models with mid-size and large body guitars, and in time, add to the mix a small body guitar. For me it has been just the opposite.
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Parlor Guitar To Showcase At Sbaic

Parlor Guitar To Showcase At SBAIC

  • April 5, 2017
Currently on the workbench is a Brazilian Rosewood parlor guitar with elegant Black & White Striped Ebony accents. As much as I enjoy working with a client to design their dream guitar, it is also incredibly satisfying to rummage through the wood stash to select woods with a specific aesthetic vision and tone quality in mind. I can't wait to string up this guitar!
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