Eisenman Guitars are obsessively hand crafted with lively and responsive hand graduated soundboards, tap tuned hybrid bracing, hot hide glue, and the highest quality materials and hardware, hand selected for playability, beauty and tone.  Every guitar is built from log to polish by luthier Justin Eisenman in Asheville, NC.  New guitars currently start at $3500 with a non-refundable deposit of $1500 to get in build queue.  Typical wait time is around 12 months.  Consultation, kicking tires and dreaming free of charge.  Each instrument has a limited lifetime warranty, and a player/collector satisfaction guarentee.

Eisenman Guitars Head Stock Inlay
Marking Amboyna Burl Head Plate
Volute and Head Stock Honduran Mahogany.
Bloodwood and maple rosette
Herringbone and Maple Binding
Neck Block Cap Cedar and Brazilian
Custom Brazilian Rosewood #2
Custom Brazilian Rosewood
Resawing Spruce Billets
Custom Inlay on Signature Headstock
Cocobolo Dreadnought
Cocobolo Dreadnought Pickguard
Cocobolo Back
Honduran Mahogany 1 Piece Neck
Signature Series Headstock
Western Special Dreadnought
Western Special
Flamed Honduran Mahogany WS Dread
Western Special Neck Heel
Western Special Dreadnought
Western Special Pickguard
Signature Series Headstock
Brace Carving Justin Eisenman
Soundhole Double Helix Dreadnought
Cocobolo Double Helix Dreadnought
Double Helix Mother of Pearl Inlay
Double Helix Dreadnought End Graft
Double Helix Dreadnought
Buffing Flamed Mahogany Dread
Slot Head
Graduated Adirondack Spruce Top
Ebony Back Plate with Waverly Tuners
Ovangkol Back and Sides
Ovangkol, Maple and Bloodwood Rosett
Ovangkol Fret Markers, French polish
Custom Ancient Spiral Heel Cap
Ovangkol Binding Bloodwood Purfling
Sinker Mahogany Dreadnought
Sinker Mahogany Back & Sides, Ebony
Hand Rubbed French Polish
Sinker Mahogany
Cherry Dreadnought
Sinker Mahogany Dreadnought
Cherry Dreadnought
Headstock in Dixon TN
Cocobolo Side Braces
Spruce Drying in the Woodshed
Eisenman Men Harvesting Spruce
Glueing The Back Strip
Shop Dog "Mama"
Processing Honduran Mahogany
End Graft in the Making
Joining Cocobolo Back Plates
Resawing Cocobolo
Resaw Setup
Glueing Cocobolo Back to Sides
Tucked Braces on a Sitka Soundboard
Inspiration
X-Brace
Bearclaw Sitka Soundboard
Ebony Soundhole Lining
Sitka Tonebars & Adirondack X-Brace
Sitka Tonebars & Adirondack X-Brace
Shaping the Radius into the X-Brace
Sitka Tonebars & Adirondack X-Brace
Rosewood Bridge Plate
Signing the Soundboard
Glueing the Upper Transverse Brace
Bloodwood Veneer Ovangkol Sides
Sides, Ribs and Kerfings
Inspiration, and Quality Control
Closing the Box
Closing the Box
Sinker Mahogany Dreadnought
Ebony and Maple Binding and Purfling
Hand Rubbed French Polish
Ovangkol Headstock Inlay
Sinker Dreadnought
Mrs. Eisenman on Cherry Dreadnought
The Clydes
Justin and Mrs. Eisenman

"Justin built me a custom OM that’s easily one of the best sounding guitars I’ve ever played on. I’m really impressed with the craftsmanship and quality of the instrument... and it’s set up perfectly!

During the design process, Justin educated me on tonal qualities of wood choices and made sure he fit me with a guitar that would resonate with Me. I couldn’t be more pleased with the guitar and continue to get rave reviews from everyone who plays it!"  Brent Felchlin, DePere WI

"Just got my Eisenman dreadnaught guitar. Great look with personalized insignia on head. A light touch is all that's needed to make a rich sound, and a strong hand fills the room with balanced tone. It reveals subtle differences, like F v Dm7, better than any guitar I've played. Justin offered me all the options on this one and I am so delighted with how it turned out."  Daniel Yarosh, Long Island NY

Justin Eisenman built this beauty of an axe down at the Eisenman Guitars shop in Asheville, North Carolina! It's quite the cannon, featuring Honduran Mahogany back, sides, and neck, reclaimed from a 100+ year old source. The top is Adirondack Spruce and it's tone bar and back bracing is old growth Sitka Spruce. It looks gorgeous, but I'm mostly stoked about it's playability and it's super punchy and clear sound. It's got undeniably outstanding balance and tone that makes me excited to pick it up and rip. I'm really looking forward to getting some blood, sweat, and tears on that thing! Without question, I highly recommend Justin's work and can confidently put this axe right up there with the Bougiouse, Thompson, Collins, and Larrivee guitars that I've played. Justin's super kind, easy to work with, and is willing to build a guitar that fits your heart, soul, and playin' style. Hit him up if you want a badass custom guitar! Trust me, it'll help ya smile.

-Adam Greuel, Horseshoes and Hand Grenades