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Welcome to Worthy Guitars..

I am located in Cockatoo in the Dandenong Ranges, east of Melbourne, where I build a variety of guitars, ukuleles, and the occasional multi-stringed instrument.

My focus is on simple graceful lines, good projection and player comfort.
I offer different scale lengths, neck profiles, and timber selection.
Arm bevels, sound ports, fan frets, and inlay work is also available on request.
Gotoh 510 tuners with wooden buttons, or Waverlys for slotted headstocks.

The guitars listed here are my mainstays, but I’m happy to take on custom work.
I can be contact by email or phone, or you can see some of my recent work on David Worthy Guitars on Facebook.
Feel free to contact me for prices and discuss your new custom guitar.

 


 
 

 

E-Mail: david@worthyguitars.com

Mobile: 0412 310 719

Copyright 2021  David Worthy.

Links to players and reviews:

OM review from Singapore
https://youtu.be/bHz4st3uyss

Hamish from the Acoustic Centre South Melbourne playing a Worthy 14 fret Vintage
https://www.facebook.com/theacousticcentre/videos

Parlour guitar demo at the Acoustic Centre
https://www.facebook.com/theacousticcentre/videos

Angela Toohey playing a Worthy Tenor.
The tenor was the precursor to my parlour guitars.
https://youtu.be/bDa1UZunT1U

Andrew Winton playing the Wintonbeast, 7 string lap steel with extended bass.
https://youtu.be/61OAsUF9UP8

Glenn Rogers at 2014 Fairbridge Festival playing the 27 string harp guitar, the Rogitar.
https://youtu.be/_vEiQhlZNKg

Brett Canning playing a rare Worthy Acoustic Bass.
https://youtu.be/gnxifJR4Iug

Rod Vervest playing a cedar and rosewood Sunbeam at the Yabberup Hall.
https://youtu.be/iMjNGETaVPU