Modern Classical Guitars Historic Guitars

Duo Lenz play a wide variety of plucked instruments.

The main guitars used by Duo Lenz in all recitals are Australian made and designed, using the innovative lattice bracing style by Perth Luthier Paul Sheridan.

The image on the right pictures two Renaisance Lutes and four Historic Guitars

The Baroque Guitar is a replica of a Stradivarius Guitar from 1688. This instrument was built by Paul Sheridan (Perth, WA).

The two 19th Century Guitars are replicas of a guitar by René Lacôte from 1839, built by Perth Luthier Simon Rovis-Hermann.

The Vihuela de Mano is a replica of a Renaissance instrument, built by Luthier Malcolm Brooks.


"The Evolution and Travels of the Guitar" is a lecture presented by Duo Lenz in the form of either a Recital or Lecture Demonstration. In this presentation Duo Lenz takes the audience through the history of the guitar performing works from various eras on Historic Guitars and other Plucked Stringed Instruments evolved from Early Guitars. Please click the link below to read more.

‘Lecture Recitals/Demonstrations’