Pinol Guitars


Since 1934
"Remember Back In The Day When Things Were Made By Hand; And People Took Pride In Their Work"


La Española

This guitar will be produced in a classical guitar fashion with design and configurations similarly to the ones played all over the world. Of course, the Cocobolo wood and the hands making the guitars are unique to Pinol Guitars. The classical guitar (also called the "Spanish guitar" or "nylon string guitar") is a 6-stringed plucked string instrument from the family of instruments called chordophones. The classical guitar is well known for its comprehensive right hand technique, which allows the soloist to perform complex melodic and polyphonic material, in much the same manner as the piano. The name classical guitar or (La Española) does not mean that only classical repertoire is performed on it, although classical music is a part of the instrument's core repertoire (due to the guitar's long history); instead all kinds of music (folk, jazz, flamenco, etc.) are performed on it.

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La-Flaca

The flamenco guitar is similar to the classical guitar but of lighter construction, with a slim body and spruce top. Tuning pegs like those of a violin are traditional, although many modern flamenco guitars have machine heads. Many young guitar players are trading their electric guitars that kill their fingertips, for a lighter, nylon string Flamenco style guitars. They have a lot of similarities in the feel of the guitar, and are more versatile than the electric ones. A distinguishing feature of all flamenco guitars is the tapping plates glued to the table, to protect them against the taps with the fingernails that are an essential feature of the flamenco style. Pinol Guitars makes them with or without pickups. Many modern soloists following the lead of "Paco de Lucía" play what is called a flamenca negra, a mixture of the flamenco and classical guitar constructions.

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La Florcita

Sometimes abbreviated to uke; is a member of the guitar family of instruments; it generally has four nylon or gut strings or four courses of strings. The ukulele originated in the 19th century as a Hawaiian interpretation of the machete, a very small guitar like instrument. The tone and volume of the instrument varies with size and construction of each "uke". Ukuleles commonly come in four sizes: soprano, tenor, baritone and concert.

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The Cowboy

The (Cowboy), as we call it at Pinol Guitars will be an acoustic electric guitar. This guitar can also be categorized under the steel string guitar section. These guitars will have an integral amplification system. An Acoustic-electric guitar is an acoustic guitar fitted with pickups, a microphone or transducers. In an acoustic-electric guitar, the transducers and microphones are always used because conventional pickups are not capable of picking up vibrations of non-magnetic materials. Commonly called an "acoustic-electric" or "electro-acoustic" guitar, as it can be played either "unplugged" as an acoustic or plugged in as an electric.

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Pinol Guitars is charitable company, not by giving out large amounts of money to a nonprofit organization that we only hear of on T.V. but by having our own, supervised and managed directly through a percentage of proceeds from the guitars and ukuleles. Pinol Guitars started a nonprofit organization with the name of (ABUELA’S HOUSE). Of course, the main emphasis will be music. “Music is one of the few activities that involve using the whole brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and can have surprising benefits not only for learning language, improving memory and focusing attention, but also for physical coordination and development”.

Owners/Buyers of any Pinol Guitars product need to realize that in order to receive, you need to give. A percentage of profit of guitars sold will be directed specifically towards the non profit organization. Unfortunately, these types of charitable contributions will have to start with us. Plans are to continue to seek other interested partners and some day be known for the good Pinol Guitars has done not only as a great string instrument company, but also for the amount of kids that were directly impacted through our charity.

Explore Pinol Guitar's Features

Pinol Guitar is a manufacturer and distributor of high-end hand crafted guitars. We plan to offer the best and most beautiful classical acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars in the world. We pride ourselves by using some of the world’s best woods, tuning machines, strings and available craftsmanship accessible to the company.
Quality

Quality

The best handmade guitars will take much longer to produce than those which are mass-produced in an assembly-line environment. Pinol’s highly skilled luthiers spent great deal of time selecting each piece of wood used in construction, as each will play an important part in complex tonal structure of the instrument.

Authenticity

Authenticity

Authenticity and integrity are the most important ingredients in building customer trust. Pinol’s product will be exactly what we claim it to be. Every guitar sold will have a hand signed certificate of authenticity, the Pinol emblem will be market in front of the guitar with a one of a king burner and the interior markings that only buyers will know at the time of purchase.

Reliability

Reliability

Here at Pinol Guitars we make a promise to deliver the same quality every time you purchase a guitar. Our luthiers will obey a set of standards that will help us maintain the quality of our products in years to come. We have set standards for each and every process, right from the process of selecting woods, materials to shipping of the final product.

Sensuality

Sensuality

Pinol guitars will be sensuous, amazingly beautiful, and produce a sound that can mesmerize the audience. A guitar is a guitarist’s best friend. And we at Pinol Guitars are committed to the idea of making the guitar that will make other guitarists envy you.

Exclusivity

Exclusivity

Pinol Guitars will be unique and exclusive. Each customer will have his own personalized imprint on his/her guitar. We want our guitar to reflect the personality of its owner. It’s like a tattoo, something that you exclusively want on your guitar. It may be a signature, a picture, a symbol that the customers want.

Customer Testimonials

Interested in what people are saying about our guitars? View some of our customer's testimonials!
Store Manager
"Beautiful guitars."

Store Manager

Store Manager of Guitar Center, Coconut Creek, FL

Luthier
"Great hand craftsmanship and resonance."

Luthier

Luthier at George Gruhn Store, Nashville, TN

George Gruhn
"This Cocobolo Rosewood I haven't seen before; and would love to introduce some of my close friends to you."

George Gruhn

Owner, George Gruhn Store, Nashville, TN

Storage Manager
"Great sounding guitars, can we have one!"

Storage Manager

Sam Ash, Coconut Creek, FL