SPARK – Topic #28: Illusions/Theory For the month of March in celebration of both Harry Houdini’s and Albert Einstein’s birthday’s, our team challenged the SPARK community to submit content based on the theme of Illusions or Theory. Although all of the submissions were creative and thought provoking, there was one video submitted by Facundo Tupac Martinez that caught […]
On June 20, 2017 we launched the Traveling Gnome Boden Project. The objective of this project was simple; to send our Boden Classic guitar on a tour of the world giving players of the .strandberg* community the opportunity to win, play, and share their experience about this unique one-of-a-kind instrument. In all, the Traveling Gnome […]
When .strandberg* was started, each guitar was built Made to Measure to take into account the players’ size and playing style. Here is a gallery of some highlights produced over the years.
Welcome to How To Meme 101: Your guide to making Spark content. In a few simple steps you’ll be memeing in no time, getting yourself some flint, some self-esteem boosting “haha reacts” from your fellow Spark people, and finally your oh so sweet Strandberg guitar.
We sent a Boden Classic guitar around the world in a community project – mainly for fun, but also to test the roadworthiness of the guitar
For many months we’ve been working on a special community project to develop both a ‘Street Team’ and a content engine, which was called codename: Spark. This project is a highly ambitious program that seeks the participation of not just guitarists, but all artist and anyone who is creative. This is our solution of having […]
Distinguished by its thoroughly modern industrial design and innovative ergonomic features for unparalleled comfort and playability, a .strandberg* guitar has a unique rich sonic character that further sets itself further apart from the crowd. The striking visual image and how the guitar feels and plays matter greatly but, ultimately, what matters the most is how […]
Making music on a guitar is a profound experience that is greater than just strumming strings. The way the guitar makes you feel, both emotionally and physically, will make a huge difference in what comes out of it. When you pick it up, does it come with no or little effort? When you strum a chord, does it resonate so you feel it in your hands and gut? After you have played it for as long as you need to, are you still relaxed? At Strandberg Guitars, we think that answering yes to these questions will make you sound better…