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After more than three years of research into acoustics and vibration analysis of composite materials, we have discovered the advantages of manufacturing with composite materials over wood.

Our R & D offers us three solutions for the manufacture of our musical instruments.

Carbon Fibre Acoustic Spine
Our own composite material is specifically developed for acoustic and vibration applications on musical instruments.
UHMAA Analysis
Ultra High-Accuracy Multimodal Acoustic Analysis, we develop and use our own innovative acoustic and vibration measurement technology.
Wood Stabilisation
Carbon Fibre Multi-Layering Wood, In-house wood stabilisation process to avoid humidity and temperature effects on wood.


Hybrid classical and acoustic guitars with composite sound board and back plate and the rest of the guitar in stabilized wood, through our Carbon Fibre Multi-Layering Wood stabilization process. MuseGuitars have much higher stability than wooden instruments while providing superior acoustic quality, with a wider dynamic range and 5dB higher volume.


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Composite Materials
Our composite materials are closer to the theoretical ideal needed to manufacture acoustic musical instruments. Their characteristics of high rigidity and low mass provide greater acoustic performance than that provided by wood-based instruments.
Higher volume and sound projection of the Instrument. Thanks to our composite materials, we can achieve a significant increase in sound volume of between 5 and 10 db, a feature very much in demand for high-end concert acoustic instruments.
Sustain is the property of an instrument that enables the string to maintain its vibration over time and, therefore, the note played will last longer. Sustain essentially depends on how much energy created by the strings is absorbed by the material of which the instrument is made and not transformed into vibration and sound.
Due to the fact that composite materials are materials that absorb hardly any humidity that might cause their dimensions and physical characteristics to vary, they allow a very playable string height (known as action) to be set without the need for unwanted tolerances to avoid any undesired movement.
Since composite materials are not affected by changes in humidity and temperature, they do not undergo expansion and contraction and provide stable tuning under any climate conditions. There is no need of an acclimatisation period of 24/48 hours after a flight.
Composite materials are extremely durable compared to the wood used for the construction of acoustic instruments. High-end wood instruments are very fragile and easily damaged, as well as undergoing very rapid wear that requires special and expensive care.