Classical Guitars
and Millenium model

Venezuelan instruments, Early instruments,
and electric guitars and basses

More than 35 years at the service of music and musicians

Since 1985 he has made plucked instruments for various institutions, among which are: the Camerata de Caracas, Universidad de Los Andes, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Mavesa Cultural Project, the Foundation Bigott and the National Cultural Council as well as renowned figures of musical performance as Saul Vera, Julio Medina, Cheo Hurtado, Christoph Soto, Isabel Palacios, Jonathan Coles, Rafael Brito, Ivan Adler, Salomé Sandoval, Luis Pino, among others, some of whom have recorded musical productions using his instruments.

Claudio Lazcano del Castillo - luthier

More about my work


To keep your instruments in the best condition


Repair of musical instruments plucked with fingers or plectrum. All kinds of acoustic and electrical instrument repair.


Restoration of historical and modern instruments, varnish and wooden bodies.


Calibration of electric guitars and basses: calibration of action (string height) and tuning.

Latest news

On my work and my instruments…

Claudio Lazcano | Luthiers de Venezuela (english subtitles) Luthiers de Venezuela project Original idea: Carlina Flores Audio / video… Read more >>
Guitarra barroca en proceso de construcción

Visit to the luthier’s workshop

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Our testimonials

I feel great pleasure in verifying that the experiences achieved by the young Claudio Lazcano in the noble art of luthiery have been very positive, for which I already see in him a noble future that would favor the development of such a beautiful art in Venezuelan work. I congratulate him for his vocation in such a rare and beautiful profession aimed at such an important and sublime art.
Alirio Díaz
Caracas, April 1st, 2006
For Claudio, a great luthier advancing the art of his work in the wonderful country of Venezuela, dedicated, talented. I hope it continues from success to success.
Carlos Bonell
Carora, 2006

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