|Founded||Czech Republic 1981|
|Czech Republic, North America|
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Furch Guitars is a Czech guitar manufacturer founded in 1981 by Frantisek Furch. Furch began making his own instruments as he had no access to quality ones. Starting under Czechoslovakian socialist rule, he originally hid his craft from officials. As restrictions eased in 1987, his instruments became available publicly. The factory is currently in the town of Velké Němčice, Czech Republic.
Furch Guitars were re-branded under the name Stonebridge for sale in North America; however, more recently the name Furch has been used.
Furch Guitars currently produces two steel-string guitar lines, the Millennium series and the Vintage series. They have also, at times, produced both mandolins and acoustic bass guitars.
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- "Story". Furch Guitars. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
- Jens Hausmann: 30 Jahre Furch Guitars, in: Akustik Gitarre, 6/2011, S. 68 f.
- "Story". Stonebridge Guitars. Retrieved 18 June 2013.