• General 28.04.2021

    On his Web page, Cassandra Elk design shows different models ‘medieval’ instruments that are individual and versatile set on cassandraelk.com Stuart M. Bilcock by Cassandra Elk design now for over 10 years as a musician, artist and designer professional stringed instruments introducing, which are all handmade and individually made. Gavin Baker wanted to know more. His acoustic and electric guitars are now in the Studio and live by well-known artists played and further recommended. Starting however Bilcock has the construction of medieval perceived to models of early stringed instruments. It was also his Vulture lyre. The name came about when the prototype took increasingly shape and form. When looking at the head of the first version, this reminded away the stylized head of a vulture. In addition, the lyre/Leyer/Lyra was a popular instrument in ancient times.

    From the Asterix books, everyone knows this instrument it must be played but also by Cassandra Elk. The musicians from subway to Sally”use the vulture lyre by Bilcock for several years and they have firmly integrated into their program. More recently the Celtic-rock band G.O.D. Gerdenitsch of delight”, was designed for a special Vulture lyre. With the Urleier”the instrument to do although not so much anymore who won but strong play and sound technical aspects. Also, the design was again adapted and changed. Meanwhile, there are several different models that are hand built and individually designed.

    The various instruments are depicted on the Web site of Cassandra Elk design and each well explained, in terms of style, design and development. Stuart M. Bilcock is musician, artist and designer and builds, and invents stringed instruments, also for the professional needs for over ten years. Including prominent musicians such as Pete Haycock (ex-climax blues band, ELO) with the musician legend are among his customers and fans and Beatles partner Klaus Voormann, he developed an acoustic guitar called Rusha’ (report in guitar & bass magazine”in the February issue of 2009) and improved the 1965 developed by Voormann eight Guitar-Bass-Combi model Vootar IV (guitar & bass magazine”in the March issue of 2009, acoustic guitar, issue 3 & 4, 2009). Contact: Cassandra Elk Design Stuart M. Bilcock Court Geierslay 1 54497 Morbach Tel.

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