Using the finest tonewoods and materials, master luthier David Enke hand crafts musical instruments that are beautiful in both appearance and in the music that they create. With over 35 years of experience, David is considered one of today’s premier experimental designers, and is known for elegant flowing lines, sophisticated electronics, and an innate sense of proportion. Incorporating a deep understanding of acoustic principals and structural integrity, David’s instruments can be found in the hands of discriminating players and private collectors all over the world.
I feel grateful to have so many opportunities to seek perfection in my work. Creativity guides every moment perfectly, and one perfect moment leads to another. I have no "bean-counter" sitting over my shoulder telling me when I should be finished, and I have absolutely no idea how many hours I go into the creation of any of my instruments. I am blessed to have been able to keep my work as a luthier completely free from financial considerations of any kind. The creative process tells me when it’s time to move on to the next step, or when my work is finally done. Everything begins from a point of curiosity and what can be discovered in the process of creating something new for the first time ever.
David Enke on the Sitar/Guitar
The Wall Harp is a one of a kind 50 foot long musical instrument that has 72 strings, 128 notes, and the longest string is 22 feet…..The sound emerges from 8 resonating bodies spaced 45 feet apart along a 60 foot wall, giving the listener the experience of being inside a rather massive stereo field…..
Another best-ever; incredible body with deep rich color tones in the wood.