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Acoustic Steel String, and Solid Body Electric Guitars.
Utilizing traditional or exotic woods.  This is about making dream guitars come true.
As a guitar player first, I know what I am looking for in a guitar.  For me as a builder, it's about the freedom to explore wood species of forests from all over the world.  Willing to look beyond Maple, Mahogany, and Rosewood.    
From traditional woods and designs, with your chosen custom features, or if your game - taking risks and exploring a new world of tones. 

It's about making a guitar you can truly call your own. 
Yes, this includes the look and feel, the prefect action, the inlays, and gorgeous woods.  But most important, it's about your sound!  A sound that moves you, and brings you to new places.  And, you know... it's hard to do that with the same old guitars. 

   Electric Chambered                                     Gypsy Jazz.

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 Kaleidoscope Stereo
 Tele Electric / Acoustic
  Black Locust 12th fret OO size acoustic

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These pages showcases the various guitars Iíve been inspired to build.  I'll admit... It is hard to let them go, but they are for sale.  Each one is a little different, with it's own sound and feel.  So after youíve got your Fender or Gibson, Martin or Taylor, when you're ready to create your own sound, a Dickert Guitar could be the instrument to help you do it.


 Artists who play Dickert Guitars... So far... 
   James Anthony
   Scott Cameron Smith
   Mark Daum
   Steve Ashley 
   Don Alder
Maxim Budnick

   Katherine Lynn Chasty

 Come check out the workshop here in Kilbride, Ontario, Canada.   Call 905 315-9779.   Dickert Guitars can also be played at Birchway Sound in Hamilton Ontario


        Sample recording on Don Alders guitar: 
Harold Dickert - Thanks for letting me play your guitar.mp3

Raise The Hammer  Web-magazine article and video

YouTube Videos

Guitar Makers Tree of Life

The Tappers List... Get ready for some jaw-dropping playing!!

Check out this vid of Steve when he received the new  axe.



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Last Revised: December 07, 2018 .

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