I began my work in guitar building studying at the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery in Phoenix, Arizona.  There I studied the fine art of guitar construction and repair.  In the summer of 2001, I returned to my home state of Connecticut and opened a small repair shop for a few years.

Shortly thereafter, I relocated to Fort Collins, Colorado to apprentice under master luthier Michael Bashkin of M.A. Bashkin guitars.  There I apprenticed for nine months, studying Michael's theory and approach to acoustic guitar construction and stringed instrument repair.

 

In the fall of 2004, I moved to the small town of Stow, Maine where I am the sole proprietor of WolfSong Guitars.  2015 rings in my eleventh year of luthiery in New England, where I continue to build as well as keep an active practice of stringed instrument repair and restoration.  Dedicated to providing fully functional works of art, I strive to perfect what I feel to be the three essential aspects of a great guitar: playability, tone and beauty.

Thank you for showing interest in my work.  I encourage you to contact me with any questions or comments.  -Beau