You and I share a common passion for the guitar. We are drawn to its engaging and beautiful voice, intimate response to our touch, and the visual allure of its wood and form.  My mission as a builder is to craft unique, world-class concert guitars that respond to your every musical expression.
Standard Feature: Adjustable-Action Neck
With a quick and smooth turn of the key, you can fine-tune the action of your guitar without loss of tonal quality, power, or  intonation.  Each half-turn of the key changes the action height at the 12th fret by 0.5 mm.  No more need for credit card shims or appointments with luthiers!  Since 2010, the response to this feature has been so enthusiastic, it is now a standard feature.
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Expression
Play or hear a Lee guitar at the following events
Benjamin Verdery in concert
Article in Soundboard Magazine
April 7-8, 2017
    Artisan Guitar Show
    Harrisburg, PA
Feb. 12, 2017 at 3 PM, New Haven, CT
   Sprague Hall, Yale University

Feb. 25, 2017, New York City
   Guitar Marathon: The Innovation of Transcriptions
Lectures and Exhibitions

February 16, 2017 at 4 PM

Jordan Dodson in concert   
Workshop: "Everything You've Always Wanted to Know about Your Guitar, but Were Afraid to Ask: Essential Knowledge for Guitarists"
New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ
Rossey Hall, Ingalls Recital Hall
Free and open to the public
"The Luthier as Structural and Sound Engineer: How Luthiers Shape Sound with the Soundboard"

In this in-depth article written for Soundboard, the journal of the Guitar Foundation of America, Gary discusses how luthiers shape a guitar's sound by manipulating structural features on the soundboard. Digital copies of Vol. 42.1 can be purchased. An accompanying lecture/demonstration was presented at the GFA Convention in June 2016.
See the Teaching page for other articles, lectures and podcasts.
Apr. 9, 2017, Philadelphia, PA
  Philadelphia Classical Guitar Festival