Randy Angella, 1947-2021, built hand-crafted classical and flamenco guitars, custom-made to the player's hands, stature, and style. Played in concert halls worldwide by some of the most talented players that have ever lived. Click the memorial link up above for the latest on his upcoming memorial, 5pm October 23, 2021, in Concord, California.
It's hard for me to imagine your improving on your best previous work. Those guitars have got what other luthiers are spending their lives looking for. Just make more of them.Michael LorimerConcert Classical Guitarist and Teacher
It's gorgeous. Outstanding, clear, balanced, forceful, ringing, pianistic instrument, already; and will be my mainstay for a long time to come. It does everything I want, and responds intelligently, with dignity. It's even strongly built, unlike some of the graham crackers out there.Douglas KincadeClassical Guitar Player
I will say for the price this may be one of the best guitars I've had... Very old school guitar and great.... Did I say that before? It's new and has to be played. Looks like a Hauser on the outside and a Fleta on the inside.Bridge Guitars
Hearing Is Believing
A light and feathery weight to the physical body of the guitar belies her raw, explosive power. Set up to play classical or flamenco, with beautiful sustain, you can hear the growl of the trebles smoothly layered and voiced with the Basses.
Richard F. Savage performs Fernando Sor’s op. 35 no. 8 Audio and Video by Dan Bouza