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Wechter Guitars is pleased to announce their collaboration with one the world's finest jazz guitarists
(Published: August 08, 2011)

Russian guitar virtuoso Roman Miroshnichenko got a new solidbody guitar Wechter PM-7354 from Abe Wechter, a legendary luthier well-known for his forward-thinking acoustic and electric guitar designs. This amazing hand crafted custom wood guitar equipped with the unique pickup switching possibilities and perfect piezo-midi-system.

«Wechter Guitars is pleased to announce our collaboration with one the world's finest jazz guitarists, Roman Miroshnichenko. We are honored to work with a musician of his caliber and look forward to future cooperation!» - says Abraham Wechter

"Finally I have 'my own' high-class electric guitar with a stylish design and ultra-modern electronics that gives me a very special fresh sound! Its tone is unique and reduces the chance of sounding like anyone else. It's a new generation in the guitar building industry." - Roman says

Abe Wechter has been designing and building guitars for over 30 years. Abe has designed and built handmade guitars for John McLaughlin, Al DiMeola, John Denver, Earl Klugh, BB King, Steve Howe, and Jonas Hellborg. He spent 9 years building Kasha model guitars with the late Richard Schneider during which time he also worked as a model-maker and designer for Gibson Guitars. From 1984 until 1996 Abe built custom guitars in his own shop, earning a reputation as one of the world's finest craftsmen and guitar designers. In 1994 Abe built a prototype of an innovative new acoustic design, the Pathmaker, and realized that it would have application far beyond the high price range he was working in. After building out his back orders of handmade guitars, Abe set up a manufacturing facility in Paw Paw, Michigan in 1997, and began manufacturing the Pathmaker model. In 2000 Abe set up manufacturing in Asia and travels to Asia several times a year to oversee production. In 2008 we moved to a new larger facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

More Information: http://www.wechterguitars.com/

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