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Canadian Luthier Builds "National Guitar"

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posted on Mar, 29 2006 @ 05:52 PM
Master luthier George Riszanyi is collecting wood from Canadian historic artifacts to build 2 national guitars.

'National guitar' to include 600-year-old Winnipeg wood

Wood from the oldest building in the city of Winnipeg will be used to help build a special "national guitar" from historic artifacts across the country.

In a project that's been a decade in the making, master luthier George Riszanyi is criss-crossing the country in search of wood from historically significant sources representing the diversity of Canada's population. The wood will be used to create two guitars.

This may be the only way French and English Canada will come together in harmony.

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