As a Master builder of fine guitars, my passion is to create and build beautiful musical instruments that have a unique sound. It is very important to me to preserve my European craftsmanship and embed it into every instrument I build. I especially strive for this with my classical guitars. I want them to sound, feel, and look like eighteenth century guitars. I have haunting desire to create instruments using the same approach and feel of Great Masters like Antonio de Torres, Santos Hernandez, Manuel Ramirez, and so many more. Without a doubt, there is something magical about that epoch. I think most contemporary luthiers would agree on this, more or less. I’ve seen it firsthand be the driving force among colleagues of mine all over the globe.
I am, to my core, a classical guitar maker. Each instrument is built by me, personally, from scratch. Every time I start the process of designing an instrument, I am using all the knowledge and experience I have gained over many years, in making and repairing fine musical instruments. A custom built instrument means that you decide exactly what you want, down to each and every single detail. How you want it to sound, how you want it to look — the world is your oyster! If we’re talking classical guitars, I’m an old fashioned guy who loves “Uncle Torres” guitars, and if you happen to love them too, then I’ll do my best to deliver that Spanish sound we know and love.
Custom Made Guitars
High Quality Wood, International Recognition. Made and designed by Sasha Radicic.
Guitar SD 42, Classical
650 mm, 52 mm nut. German spruce top, Honduras Rosewood back & sides, back has center part of maccasar ebony, ebony fretboard, European spruce neck, hand-made checker rossete, small body, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 40, Classical
650 mm, 52 mm nut, German spruce top, European flamed maple back & sides, Ebony fretboard, Cedro neck, Hand made checker motif rossete, Small body size, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 47, Classical
650 mm, 52 mm nut, German spruce top, Rare figured Honduras rosewood back & sides (four pieces), African blackwood fretboard, Cedro neck, Had made rossete wheat motif, Medium size body, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 43, Steel String
Dreadnought D-45 size, 640 mm, 45 mm nut, German spruce top, Indian rosewood back & sides, Ebony fretboard, MOP inlay, Mohogany neck, Hand made rossete herringbone center motif, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 43, Steel String
“000” size 640 mm, 45 mmnut, German spruce top, Indian rosewood back & sides, Ebony fretboard, Honduras mahogany neck, Hand made rossete with abalone inlay center motif, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 49, Electric
Thin line Chet Atkins style, Nylon string electric guitar,660 mm, 51 mm nut, Bearclaw sitka top, Figured Honduras mahogany semihollow body and neck, Figured maple neck center reinforcement, Figured ebony fretboard, Brazilian rosewood bridge and head veneer, Custom rope binding, Oil based poly finish, David Rodgers tuners, LR Baggs passive Hex pickup.
Guitar SD 68, Classical
650 mm Ernst Frisch scale length, 52 mm nut, German spruce top, Brazilian Rosewood back & sides (three piece back), Honduras Mahogany neck, African Blackwood fretboard, handmade rossete with chain center motif, Brazilian Rosewood bridge with Mother of Pearl inlay framed in checker board purfling, French polish finish.
Guitar SD 66, Electric
Custom Radicic Electric guitar. Handmade in 2009. The body is made of hand select & cut Alder, finished in nitro cellulose gloss. The neck is made of rare 100-year-old American Birds’ Eye Maple with a satin nitro finish. Two-way American truss rod adjustable at its slanted headstock. Pickups: Matched set of Jason Lollar’s “Blackface” true singlecoils. “Hipshot” tremolo bridge, German Schaller locking tuners, 5-way US switch +extra mini switch for bridge/neck pickup (or all three pickups together). Hand made pick guard, “Dunlop” medium-high fretwire.