10% - 15% deposit when
ordering, please

Payment plans available.
Visa and Mastercard accepted for
deposit or full payment.


Jazzmaker I

This is the no-frills model for the musician
who wants quality without embellishment.
The quality of the wood is the same as on
the more expensive models, but it has
less-time consuming detail work.
The Jazzmaker I features:

hand-carved top & back -
figured maple back & sides -
four-line binding on the top -
one-line binding on the back,
fingerboard & headstock -
small fingerboard markers -
no binding on the f-holes -
ebony tailpiece & pickquard -

16" or 17" body, any depth:
sunburst finish:  $4100.00
natural finish: $4300.00
18" body: add $200



Jazzmaker II



This is the standard custom model.
Features of the Jazzmaker II are:

hand-carved top & back -
highly figured maple back & sides -
seven-line binding on the top -
four-line binding on the back, 
fingerboard & headstock -
bound f-holes (single white) -
full block fingerboard markers -
inlaid headstock -
hand-made ebony bridge -
ebony tailpiece & pickguard -

16" or 17" body, any depth:
sunburst finish: $4900.00
natural finish: $5200.00
18" body: add $200.00



Jazzmaker Deluxe

Just what it says - deluxe all the way!

hand-carved top & back -
exceptional figured maple back & sides -
seven-line binding on the top, back  
& headstock -

deluxe shape headstock, inlaid & engraved -
split-block fingerboard inlays -
four-line binding on the fingerboard -
four-line binding on the f-holes -

ebony tailpiece, pickguard & bridge, inlaid  
w/mother-of-pearl -

inlaid ebony heel cap -

figured maple & ebony vennered on the back of the headstock -

16" or 17" body, any depth:
sunburst finish: $5800.00
natural finish: $6100.00
18" body: add $200.00
All natural wood binding &
purfling, add $500.00


Sal Salvadore Artist Model



This is the third guitar I built for Sal. This second-generation creation has a slightly smaller box -
16" wide by 2 -3/4" deep. It has an Adirondack
Spruce top, split-block mother-of-pearl & abalone fingerboard, headstock & heel capinlay. The
ebony tailpiece & pickguard also have decorative inlays.The backof the headstock is flamed
two-layer veneer. Beautiful heavily flamed
mapleare used for the back & sides.

Sal Salvador Artist Model Options:

Colors:
Natural top with tinted sides & back
Natural (Standard blond finish)
Sunburst (Special four-color finish)

Pickup:
Built-in (Sal always preferred this)
Floating (with controls in the pickguard)

The price of $6200.00
includes a hard shell case


Barney Classical Guitar

  

I have been building guitars for over 30 years.
I am well known for my archtop guitars, but
I have also been building classical guitars
since 1968. I built 30 classical guitars
before I built my first archtop & have
since built over 100 classicals.

I am a supplier of tone woods to other builders, & therefore I can use my own top quality woods for my guitars without an additional cost to my customers. I build with Brazilian Rosewood with only $400.00 up charge.You can choose spruce or cedar tops &
from many varieties of woods forthe body of
the instrument. My tops use a lattice
brace design for goodvolume,
great clarity, & note separation.

I usually have some of my guitars on hand for you
to try at my shop. I amalso an importer of some handmade guitars from Brazil. These are moremoderately priced guitars & I
completely set up & tweak them
before I sell them.

I will work with you to your specs on any guitar. All guitars come with ahardshell case included in the price. Pricing is from

$3500 to $4700

on myhandmade guitars. Standard
Indian or Amazon Rosewood guitars are

$3500 to $4300,

Brazilian Rosewood guitars are from

$3900 to $4700.

The imported Brazilian handmade
guitars are from

$1200 to $2000.



Any of these custom guitars can be tailored to suit your desires and specifications. Prices include either a floating or built-in pickup (archtops) and a hard shell case: there is an additional charge for a second pickup. Any model can be made as a seven-string (archtops) for $300.00 additional charge.

- Carl Barney