Creating shapes that are pleasing to the eye is very subtle. The smaller the instrument, furniture, or anything else – the more a shape is effected by moving a line a tiny increment. I have seen a 1/16 of an inch make all the difference to a design. When drawing a human face, these increments can be the difference between happy and sad. Headstock shapes are especially sensitive to these small increments.

Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars
Knaggs Guitars

Chesapeake™ Series Electrics

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Severn T2 Trem HSS Single Purf in Fire Onyx

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Influence™ Series Electrics

Chena T2 in Fire (photo: The Music Zoo)
Chena T2 in Fire

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Steve Stevens SSC

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SSC in Galaxy

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Creation Series™                   

Knaggs Creation Series #5 – The Mating Dance ::: Guitar Connoisseur Magazine
Knaggs Creation Series #5 – The Mating Dance ::: Guitar Connoisseur Magazine

“I feel one of the nicest guitars I have built in my 30 year career was Creation series #5 – ser…

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Artists/Ambassadors

Richard Barrett
Richard Barrett

Richard took up guitar at the age of 9, after hearing David Bowie, Marc Bolan and the Beatles. He wa…

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