- acoustic guitars
- electric guitars
Frank De Hann built his first guitar in the barn of his parents’ house: an electric guitar made from a plank of wood. He kept building guitars this way for about five years, untill he decided to take it to the next level and took lessons from renowned guitar builders in the UK and the USA. What followed was an apprenticeship at the Galloup School of Guitarmaking in Michigan, USA. In 2009 he was hired as a guitar builder by Patrick James Eggle Guitars in Oswestry, UK, where he made guitars for artists like Frank Turner, Dave Hill and Gareth Pearson. He left Eggle in 2013 is now based in the Netherlands where he runs De Haan Guitars as well as the Dutch School of Guitarmaking. In 2018, Frank de Haan founded a second brand called Stoney Creek guitars in collaboration with Ruben van der Kleij.