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He was born in 1976 in Ilava, Slovakia. He studied guitar production in Luby u Chebu with Master Pavel Jung, a member of the Czech Violin and Guitar Master Association.

He started making his own line of acoustic guitars at the beginning of the new Millennium. Since then, he has satisfied hundreds of guitar enthusiasts, who enjoy Klema guitars not only in Slovakia, but also abroad.

Although Martin’s path has been paved with many obstacles, he has persevered to preserve his dream. Through these challenges, Martin has gained invaluable experience, that has proven to further his commitment: To produce an instrument that can withstand even the strictest of criteria. (Continued below)

Klema White Line Acoustic Guitars

TO MAKE AN INEXPENSIVE INSTRUMENT THAT IS ALSO HIGH IN QUALITY, IS NOT EASY. IT REQUIRES GREAT DESIGN AS WELL AS A STRONG COMMITMENT TO OVERALL QUALITY CONTROL.

WITH THE PURCHASE OF A WHITE LINE GUITAR, YOU WILL HAVE THE ASSURANCE THAT EVERY GUITAR IS
MADE PURSUANT TO MARTIN KLEMA’S SPECIFICATIONS, UNDER HIS STRICT SUPERVISION

K1 Series

K10C, classical-solid spruce top. Sell for $299.00

K1D, dreadnought. Sell for $149.00

K100 SERIES

K100 DS, dreadnought-solid spruce top, Sell for $289.00

K100 DC, dreadnought-solid cedar top, Sell for 289.00

K100 JS, jumbo-solid spruce top, Sell for $289.00

K100 JC, jumbo-solid cedar top, Sell for $289.00

K100DC-CE, dreadnought-solid cedar top-electronics, Sell for $379.00

K100JS-CE, jumbo-solid spruce top-electronics, Sell for $379.00

K200 SERIES

K200 DS, dreadnought-solid spruce top, $349.00

K200 DC, dreadnought-solid cedar top, 349.00

K200 JS, jumbo-solid spruce top, $349.00

K200 JC, jumbo-solid cedar top, $349.00

K200JS-CE, jumbo-solid spruce top-electronics, $439.00

K200JC-CE, jumbo-solid cedar top-electronics, $439.00

K300 SERIES

K300 DS, dreadnought-solid spruce top, $369.00

K300 DC, dreadnought-solid cedar top, $369.00

K300 JS, jumbo-solid spruce top, $369.00

K300 JC, jumbo-solid cedar top, $369.00

K300DS-CE, dreadnought-solid spruce top-electronics, $459.00


K300JS-CE, jumbo-solid spruce top-electronics, $459.00

(Continued from above)

1976 – Born in Czechoslovakia
Martin Klema was born on October 23, 1976, in Ilava, Czechoslovakia. His father was a veterinarian, and his mother, an economist. As a 6-year old, he started taking guitar lessons. After completing primary school, he wanted to continue to study the guitar.

1990 – Years of Training
A plan was made for Martin to attend the Žilina Conservatory, a music school in Slovakia. Instead, Martin chose to study the production of guitars in Luby u Chebu, from 1990 to 1995. In 1991, Martin created his first handmade guitar.

1995 – Beginnings of Own Production
After completing his studies, he continued to work in Cheb, where he participated in the mass production of violins, followed by his return to Slovakia, where he worked in the company PetSlov. It was there that he assisted in the production of cymbals. In 1996, he started his own company, with the first production of “KLEMA” guitars.
97 – First Success
The first exposure for Klema Guitars was at the Music Fair in Frankfurt in 1997. By the year 2000, production had moved to a farm in Kamenicany. Quickly the company grew with the addition of the first employee, Brano Paulen. At this time, the monthly production was between 3 to 5 guitars.

2005 – Each Coin Has Two Sides
By 2005, the demand for a Klema guitar exceeded the capabilities of a small company. So, Martin began to look into the mass-production of his guitars. The dilemma, however, was how to maintain the highest level of quality that Klema Guitars had become known for. A factory was set up in China, where Martin traveled to extensively, in order to maintain quality control. This experience proved to be priceless to Martin, since this was the initial process for his first original series of guitars: The White Line.