Andrew Davidson is a young master guitar maker who makes instruments that are beautiful to hold and play and which are also kind to the Earth. Deeply aware of the devastating deforestation that has been caused by the musical instrument manufacturing industry, he works by hand and uses local woods to minimise the ecological impacts of his craft.

To play one of Andrew’s guitars is to enjoy the deep pleasure of a fabulous sound produced with the lightest possible ecological footprint. Also a patient teacher, he tutors one or two students in the long, intricate process of making their own guitars ...


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