Weissenborn Guitar Lessons
Whether you're a beginner to the world of Weissenborn guitar, or looking to take your playing to the next level, Jacob Raagaard can help you with one-on-one virtual Weissenborn guitar lessons.
Jacob Raagaard is a Lap Steel guitarist from Denmark. Jacob started his music journey on a regular guitar, taking his first guitar lesson at a Danish music school at the age of 11. He later discovered the Weissenborn guitar while exploring the many fingerstyle videos on YouTube. Jacob started practising slide guitar on a regular acoustic guitar by raising the strings and playing slide with a bar. When Jacob got his first Weissenborn guitar it didn’t take long before he wrote his very first song, Sundown Slide.
Recently, Jacob Raagaard debuted his sublime album for CandyRat Records, Sundown Slide - which was performed on a Richard Wilson Tasmanian Blackwood Style 3 Weissenborn guitar.
"The Style 3 really does that for me!"
"Richard Wilson's Weissenborns are at the absolute top of the game. I’m completely blown away by the incredibly clear overtones and the sustain is unlike anything else I’ve ever heard in a Weissenborn. Since I write a lot of instrumental music for Weissenborn only, it’s important for me to have a Weissenborn with a big and rich sound on its own." - Jacob Raagaard
Performed on an RW Style 3 Weissenborn
Debut Album from Jacob Raagard
Sundown Slide is Jacob Raagaards debut album. It consists of nine original songs. All tracks are written, performed and recorded by Jacob Raagaard.
Featuring Michael Manring on the track Slightly Withering. Mixed and Mastered by Antoine Dufour.
Album cover artwork by Jacob Raagaard.
Tone you can trust
Dynamic range, rich overtones, and long-lasting sustain
Our responsive instruments have earned the trust of beginners, part-time players - and even Grammy award winners across the globe.
From timber to timbre, every guitar is crafted to its best tonal characteristics. Responsive, dynamic, and focused sound for every player, every time.
buy it for life
A sound investment
Timeless form, figuring, and finish
Every component is cut, carved, sanded and assembled in a state-of-the-art boutique workshop in Brisbane, Australia. All with the singular purpose of bringing to life the authentic Weissenborn aesthetics into the modern world.
On display, or in your lap, the world will know you've made a sound investment.
THE NEW STANDARD IN QUALITY
Beautiful on the inside, as well.
Up to 60 individual components, 800 individual segments of wood, and 1000s of individual steps per guitar, are handled personally by master luthier, Richard Wilson.
Every detail comes together to create an RW Weissenborn renowned for their quality materials, structural design, and craftsmanship. That somehow becomes more than the sum of its parts.
Looking for something else?
Whether it's a Style 1 with standard features or a custom creation, Richard Wilson can work with you to create the Weissenborn guitar of your dreams.