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Home | Video Series | Sounds of the Soul | ‘Sounds of the Soul’ | Making New Guitars That Feel Old

‘Sounds of the Soul’ | Making New Guitars That Feel Old

Episode 5

If you love — we mean, really love — guitars you’ve come to the right place.

“Sounds of the Soul” returns with a love story about guitars. Brothers Mark and Sean Penechar took over Seuf Guitars intent on creating guitars that match the look and feel of the vintage instruments they adore.

“Music to me is the most visceral form of human expression,” says Mark Penechar. “I love guitars because it’s kind of universal. It transcends language barriers.” 

Arguably, the guitar is the most expressive of instruments. Similarly, the Penechar brothers express themselves through the instruments they make by hand.

Behold their craftsmanship, and the love, in the attached video.

You have to be romantic about it.

“Sounds of the Soul” is a Flatland arts series produced by G10 Creative. Watch for digital shorts publishing online Thursdays through July 9, then tune in at 7:30 p.m. July 16 on KCPT for the full 30-minute documentary.

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