He started classical guitar studies at a young age and by the time he was 17 years old he had won the prestige’s Silver Medal at the Segovia International Guitar Competition.
He developed this style around 1989 when he designed a guitar in collaboration with luthier David Rubio.
The Brahm’s Guitar. His guitar has eight nylon strings; four bass and four treble strings. It is supported by a long metal endpin that sets on what he calls, a resonance box.
this instrument in the same fashion as one would play a cello. Due to his unique style the instrument features “fanned frets” and a tone bar that transfers vibrations to the endpin.
Paul Galbraith has been a featured guest on NPR’s All Things Considered.