Guitar Models

WHEN IT COMES TO THE GUITAR, almost everyone would agree that there is a wide range of sound that is considered to be excellent. What someone likes, depends on his or her particular taste and playing style. Its all very subjective.

If I were to characterize the sound of my acoustic guitars in one word, I would say that it is balanced. By this I mean that the sound produced by every string is perceived as being equal in volume and tone. This reflects my own personal taste in sound quality that I have developed over the years in listening to music and more specifically, guitars.

In my opinion, balance is important for two main reasons.
The first being that in chords and complex melody lines, every note will be heard; the listener will hear an accurate representation of what is being played, like being able to hear every voice in a choir of six.
The second is that while the emphatic sound of an unbalanced guitar may be impressive at first, it will eventually become tiresome or even objectionable to the listener and the trained ear of the player. Think of the "boom and tinkle" of the inexpensive stereo that sounds good at the store but doesn't sound as musical after an hour or two of listening at home.

I believe that when people say that Schwartz Guitars sound refined, they are referring to the tonal balance that I have achieved.

I hope you get a chance to try one for yourself and see what I mean.

 

Advanced Auditorium

 

 

 

The Schwartz
Advanced Auditorium
Acoustic Guitar

The model that I've been building since 1992.  My most popular guitar.  Built for players who demand great sound and playability while using a variety of styles and tunings.

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Pinnacle Fingerstyle

The Schwartz
Pinnacle Fingerstyle
Acoustic Guitar

High tech construction methods and bracing in a traditional looking guitar for fingerstyle players who need high performance.

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The new Pinnacle 7

Pinnacle 7


 

Oracle

 

 

The Schwartz
Oracle Fingerstyle
Acoustic Guitar

High tech construction methods combined with unique ergonomic features in a modern looking guitar for fingerstyle players who are ready to go beyond the constraints of traditional guitar design.

Read some unsolicited recent customer reviews/comments of the Oracle by some very excited people.

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