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Instruments currently built in Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada.
Michael Dunn apprenticed for three years under maestros Jose Orti and Jose Ferrer at George Bowden's workshop in Palma De Mallorca, Spain during the mid-1960s. As a guitarist, Dunn was fascinated by Django Reinhardt's acoustic style of jazz. Dunn's interest in the Maccaferri guitar design, along with his background of the Spanish guitar-building tradition, is the basis for his modern interpretation of Maccaferri-styled models. Dunn also offers two classical style models, a flamenco style acoustic, and a Weissenborn-style acoustic Hawaiian guitar. Dunn builds about twenty guitars a year. For more information, visit Dunn's directly or contact him directly.

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