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What happened and what happens?

What is happening when I'm out of my workshop.

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October, 2023

Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase (WILS)

It is an  honor and privilege to be invited for this Show and to be listed between all those great names. I can not wait to show you my last piece of work. 

September, 2023

Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival 
Arvada, CO

It will be my third time at the Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival. However second as a luthier, not only observer.


Previously we talked about Black Matter...


How about Big Bang now?


At last!

After many decades of searching, Dark Matter has finally been identified!

The biggest surprise is that, contrary to scientific calculations, the mass of Dark Matter is not 85% of the visible Universe.  It weighs only 1.6 kg.  3.5 pounds. 


Scientists are shocked because Dark Matter has taken the shape of an archtop guitar.  Dark Matter was shown to the public for the first time  at the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Artisan Guitar Show. The Dark Matter, surprisingly, has a lighter side.


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April 14-16, 2023

Artisan Guitar Show
Harrisburg, PA

I presented my guitars at the Artisan Guitar Show in Harrisburg, PA. 

It was great to meet you there.

For those that I haven't met - there is a second chance! Click below to read the interview by Artisan Guitar Show - 5 minutes with Krzysztof Trześniowski:

October, 2022

Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase - side meetings

Although I was not presenting my work at the show, I took my guitars with me, because I wanted to show them to some players and luthiers. The result of these meetings was great.

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October, 2022

Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase (WILS)

No, I was not invited in the first year of my US presence to exhibit my guitars at WILS. 

I was helping The Archtop Foundation to show the most prominent collection of archtop guitars that ever existed. Scott's Chinery Blue Guitar Collection. Ty Danco and Doug Baumoel, whom I met during Rocky Mountain are now custodians of these marvels. I am grateful to have had an opportunity to be close to these guitars. I was fascinated by the collection for the last 15 years. You can see photographs from the event. I was helping the Foundation staying at the booth, and telling the story to anybody wanted to hear. 

September, 2022

Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival 
Arvada, CO

It was the second time I attended the Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival. The first time was in 2019 when Peter Henriksen of Henriksen Amps organized the first-ever Archtop Festival. I was a spectator then, watching my guitar-builder heroes, and there was no plan to show my work there. I decided to be present with my guitars in 2020. Then the pandemic started. We had to wait until 2022 for the second Rocky Mountain Archtop Festival.

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