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Discover our new catalog

Discover our new collection of classical guitars, supervised by Pierre Lelièvre!

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Pierre Lelièvre is fully committed to Prodipe Guitars

"PRODIPE GUITARS have captured my interest for various reasons:

Firstly, the instruments I’ve seen are of an extraordinarily high standard, and this has been the case since their very first guitar, the PRIMERA, priced at €139. Then we move up to the STUDENT, which at only €239, produces the same sound as many of its more expensive Spanish contemporaries. The RECITAL and the SOLOIST ranges, which go up to €1,099, are also success stories in their own right.

Secondly, PRODIPE GUITARS have a simple philosophy: they want absolute quality, but at the same time, they want to keep the price as low as possible. And on this I’m with them 100%. Prodipe Guitars are excellent when it comes to this strategy. Experienced and novice guitarists alike can buy exceptional instruments at very affordable prices.

But what finally convinced me was their partnership with Yao Hanson, one of the great Chinese luthiers. Yao Hanson crafts guitars that are played by top soloists around the world. This ongoing partnership is really exciting, and all my recommendations have been taken on board. Nothing has been left to chance, from the types of wood selected to the blueprint designs.

I’m with PRODIPE GUITARS all the way!"

 

Pierre Lelièvre Young prodigy of the classical guitar, Pierre Lelièvre has received many distinctions: Prize for the best interpretation of the mandatory piece at the Antony International Guitar Competition in 2012 for « The delights of Jetlag » (R. Dyens), 4th Prize at international competition Robert J. Vidal at Barbezieux in 2009 and First prize at the Ceyzériat National Music Competition in 2010 ..
He regularly gives numerous recitals in France and in the world in particular the Quartet Eclisses. Pierre Lelièvre is also a Teacher at the Claude Debussy conservatoire in Paris.