finest quality handcrafted hollowneck guitars
What people say about Celtic Cross ...
"The instrument is exactly as you portrayed it in the email and the pictures didn't do it justice. The craftsmanship of the instrument is exactly as I expected after reading about your "shop" in various places,most excellent craftsmanship ... I am really happy to have it in my possession. I tuned it and it sounds great (as I expected. I don't understand how potential customers could have played it and not bought it.. maybe they were just saving it for me? -- The matching/selection of the wood is spot on and the instrument is "me" both in sound and "looks"... Somehow I knew that in advance. "
Don Rainwater
Salome, AZ

The Mark of Quality

Welcome to the world of
Celtic Cross Instruments

Celtic Cross Instruments builds only slide instruments with the emphasis on the styles made famous by Hermann Weissenborn.

We at Celtic Cross Instruments try to stress craftsmanship, durability and top quality materials at an affordable price for the beginner player and the profesional recording artist. We try to build an instrument that all musicians would be proud to own and play.

A Celtic Cross Instrument is not produced by any cookie cutter method. Each is made to order for the customer with their needs in mind.

The basic Weissenborn copy is an all Mahogany body with maple bindings and a gloss lacquer finish . Generic tuners, bone nut and saddle with a rosewood bridge. Fretboard and peghead overlay are Burmease rosewood with inlaid maple fret markers and dots.

Our line of slide instruments :

  • Standard 25" scale Weissenborn copy six or eight string
  • Teardrop 25" scale Teardrop shape Weissenborn copy six or eight string
  • Standard 30" scale Baritone Weissenborn copy six or eight string
  • Teardrop 30" scale Baritone Weissenborn copy
  • Kona style 25" scale
  • Hilo style 25" scale
  • Double neck 25" scale Weissenborn style for two different tunings on the same instrument.

For photos of instruments we've produced, please head over to the Guitar Gallery.