Category Archive: Marfione Guitars News

Laguna Tools Features Marfione Guitars In Latest Video

Marfione Guitars’ workshop is equipped almost exclusively with Laguna power tools, including their IQ HHC CNC Machine, which is used extensively in our shop. This is the second of two videos produced by Laguna profiling Marfione Guitars and my workshop as well as giving viewers a peek at Continue reading »

Marfione Guitars Article From Rhino

Rhino is the 3D CAD software I use to design my Classical and Romantic guitars. My relationship with the Rhino team has resulted in an article just published about me and my work: “Balancing craft and technology: a classical guitar maker.”

Savarez Strings

Savarez classical guitar strings

I’m pleased to offer a wide selection of classical guitar strings from Savarez, a company known for leading the way with a number of ground-breaking construction and material technologies. Noted for their work in the development of composite strings with their Alliance KT material development, the company has always been a front-runner in the industry, …

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Invitation to Luthiers

Marfione Guitars invites fellow luthiers to try Rubner classical guitar tuners on their next build. The Rubner family has been in the business of making quality tuning machines for stringed instruments since 1864. They make an entire line of machines for the Classical Guitar that are a cut above what is being sold in the …

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Marfione Profile Article From Laguna Tools

I’m so thrilled with the relationship I’ve established with the Laguna Tools folks over the past year. The tools are great, but equally as important the service and support has been excellent. Read their really nice article on my Laguna Tools equipped workshop.

Workshop Update

workshop Oct 17, 2012

My wife Magz and I moved from the Finger Lakes region in New York to the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in North Carolina in 2010. Needless to say, as with any move it was disruptive on many fronts. I had to pack up my entire shop and put it into storage for two …

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