Brad Goodman is a master craftsman known for his exquisite handmade guitars; each imbued with the rich tradition of fine instrument building. With over 50 years of experience, Brad’s guitars are a testament to his dedication and passion for the art. His meticulous attention to detail and unwavering commitment to quality are evident in every instrument he creates.

Brad’s relentless pursuit of the finest tonewood is a defining trait that underscores his unwavering commitment to quality and uniqueness. For decades, he has searched for the most remarkable and resonant woods, meticulously aging and preserving them to perfection. This dedication ensures that every guitar that leaves his workshop carries a unique and unparalleled voice, a testament to the natural beauty and character of the wood.

Each guitar Brad crafts is a unique masterpiece born from his hands and heart. With a deep understanding of the individuality of each piece of wood, Brad tailors every instrument to the preferences and playing style of its future owner. Brad’s guitars are as diverse and unique as the musicians who play them, whether it’s the warm, earthy tones of a mahogany body or the bright, articulate sound of a spruce top. These guitars have become famous not just for their workmanship but for their almost mystic ability to become a natural extension of the artist.

Brad’s passion for his craft is not just about constructing beautiful instruments – it’s about the joy and fulfillment each guitar brings its player. He takes great pride in knowing that his creations will be loved and cherished, their voices resonating with the music and emotions of those who play them. Brad’s guitars are more than just instruments; they are works of art that embody the purest expression of the wood and the soul of music.

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-PLAY- Brad Goodman in the shop showing off one of his latest creations, Stella style “Gambler” series. Made from Cherry and Mother of Toilet Seat, the ultimate tone makers! Lol!!!

FYI, Brad has been building a few more of these things in different woods. More coming soon!

Posted by 812 GUITARS on Wednesday, December 15, 2021