Shaping the sound

Welcome to Pamies Guitars!

I'd like to show you my small contribution to the world of lutherie

I hope you enjoy it!

Why

Why make guitars

For me, luthery is a way of expression. Borrowing Walt Disney's Quote: I don't make guitars to make money, I make money to make more guitars.

Why shapes

In acoustic guitars, size and shape strongly affect the sound. That's why it is usually an unexplored terrain. An that is also why I find it so interesting...

Why craftsmanship matters

Attention to detail is essential to achieve a great tone. The fitting and carving of the braces must be done individually in every guitar in order to achieve the balanced and articulate sound these guitars are known for.

Features

Integral Construction

Integral Construction

The neck-body joint is not actually a joint but a whole piece of wood in which the sides insert. This way of construction has been used in Spanish classical and flamenco guitars since Antonio Torres introduced it in the XIX century and provides a very stable joint altogether with a precise alignment.
Voicing

Voicing

Every guitar top and back are voiced individually and very carefully. After the guitar is built (but before before applying the finish), it is strung up and left to stabilize. Then the final steps of the voicing process can be done, bringing out its full potential.

About me

 
My name is Paco Martínez Pamies and I am the Luthier behind Pamies Guitars. I have been fond of drawing, painting and building things with my own hands since I was a child, but it was while I was doing my degree in Physics that my interest in guitar design and dynamics was kindled. Since then I have been combining these two passions, science and art, trying to find my own voice in this beautiful craft. If you find my work interesting you can follow me on Instagram and Facebook (links in the lower right corner). Thank you for your time!
 
 
 

 

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