French builder Brice Roggero's style will easily draw comparisons to a few other beloved TNAG luthiers.
With a sparse elegance and deliberate asymmetry, Brice's guitars are sure to interest any fans of Ray Kraut, Michi Matsuda, or Max Spohn. He's clearly a guitar maker who believes that the guitar should be art as much as it should make art. He's not just in rarefied company when it comes to the visuals, though. For modern players who err on the side of adventurous solo fingerstyle playing, the continuous curves and small to mid-sized range of his models offer three distinct voices with varying strengths, available with a variety of contemporary design features like soundports and multi-scale set-ups. Whatever combination of tonewoods and features he uses, the balanced tone and excellent playability of his guitars is winning over players of all stripes.