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Around 20 kilometers west of here in the Connemara Gealtacht,Luthier Domhnall Ó Ráinne has been making each guitar by hand to a very high standard since founding Ó Ráinne Musical Instruments in 2010.He uses native Irish tonewoods when available and possible,including back and sides made from walnut,sycamore and yew.Bog oak procured from land around the makers workshop has also been used for binding.More exotic and tropical woods such as Macacauba,Cocobolo and wenge among others are also used.In the relatively short time these guitars have been in existence they have found their way into the hands of players not only in Ireland but around the world; from Réunion Island to Moscow,Dubai,continental Europe and the United States.More information here: orainne.ie/

O Rainne 13 fret paduk
O Rainne 13 fret paduk
Price :  €2390
Availability :  Due into stock on may 24

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REPLACEMENT 13 FRET DUE INTO STOCK
Popular small body O Rainne model with 13 fret neck joint.
 
Austrain spruce top
Paduk back and sides.

O Rainne FO-64
O Rainne FO-64
Price :  €2850
Availability :  In stock

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Ó Ráinne Musical Instruments are built using the highest quality tonewoods that are selected for their tone, aesthetics and structural integrity. The instruments are bound with wooden binding and purfling that complement the strength and look of the instruments. There are a wide choice of tonewoods used, ranging from traditional tonewoods through to less common native species.
 
maple and spruce guitar

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O Rainne SA-57
O Rainne SA-57
Price :  €2800
Availability :  In stock

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Ó Ráinne Musical Instruments are built using the highest quality tonewoods that are selected for their tone, aesthetics and structural integrity. The instruments are bound with wooden binding and purfling that complement the strength and look of the instruments. There are a wide choice of tonewoods used, ranging from traditional tonewoods through to less common native species.

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