Broza launches signature guitar line

Singer David Broza and guitar maker design signature models.

April 17, 2010 19:54
David Broza.

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It may be not a household name yet like Fender or Gibson, but veteran guitarist and respected guitar maker Shmulik Bodgov has been producing a home-hewn Israeli electric guitar in his Tel Aviv music store for some time. Now he’s launching a line of “signature” classical guitar with classic guitarist and folk singer David Broza.

The pair has designed seven models named the Galil, Megiddo, Yarkon, Carmel, Negev, Yarden and Masada. Bodgov is in the process of producing 600 guitars in the Broza signature line that will be sold in stores throughout Europe.

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