By Jerome Little
Torzal Guitars grew from the vision and dedication of Jerome Little, the inventor of the Natural Twist.
As a bass player and luthier, Jerome Little loved the design and versatility of the electric bass, the breakthrough instrument first popularized by Leo Fender in the 1950s. But he also saw that there was a way to make a great thing even better, a way to adapt the bass to better fit the particulars of human anatomy. From this fundamental insight, Torzal Guitars was born.
Jerome built the first Torzal ergonomic bass while he was still in college, supported by a grant from a foundation dedicated to funding invention and innovation. For a first effort, it was an extraordinary success. The bass’s design was quickly recognized as a groundbreaking accomplishment, and the Torzal was included in a special exhibition of new musical instruments at the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History.
Location : austin, usa
Website : torzalGUITARS.COM