Multi instruments

Multi instruments has been created with ideas and inputs of Daniele Camarda and manne experience and solutions. We started from the “Ergonomic model” we created to be able to find [...]

Manne Guitar Model for Ergonomics

About the Manne Guitar Model for Ergonomics: MANNE GUITAR MODEL FOR ERGONOMICS Here is an expanatory Video: https://youtu.be/47kUljFpIpY Here is a nice interview by Pietro Paolo Falco for [...]

PFEC “Piccole Dolomiti” Chestnut

We are currently using Italian chestnut for the body is harvested from the woods surrounding Schio, in the “piccole dolomiti”, the smallest certified wood area in the world. PFEC news: Manne [...]

Acustivibe presentation

Music by Horea Crisovan , Video by Marco Ballarin . Since October 2010 we developed the concept of Controlled dumping for Acustivibe. The use of elements carefully placed under the bridge gave [...]

Tone of electrical circuits

Interview with Michael Tauber-Atelier der Tonkust. Do the features of components of the guitar circuit, we are talking about cables, pots, capacitor, shielding, circuit layout, affects the tone [...]

Double Contact Input Jack

When I saw this jack connector I thought: “that’s smart!” So this is the new double contact connector we are now using for all mono outputs. The double contacts provide for a stable [...]

Tiger Series

Manne announces a new line of instruments: Tiger Series, the finest and most exclusive Manne instrument series ever built. “…as bold and purposeful as a Ferrari.” Art Thompson, [...]

Taos Semiacustica for Horea Crisovan

Horea is a longtime customer and friend who has played Manne instruments for decades. He is one of our player who has owned and played many different models through the years, noticing and [...]

Taos Semiacustica for Horea Crisovan

Horea is a longtime customer and friend who has played Manne instruments for decades. He is one of our player who has owned and played many different models through the years, noticing and [...]

New Laser engraver

We have a new laser engraver to write instrument’s specs on the back of headstock. See the video and results.