Mirabella Crossfire Deluxe

Ratko Ziaca’s Mirabella Crossfire Deluxe:

  • European spruce (top) and Flamed maple (back and sides) construction
  • 17 inch lower bout, 2 7/8 side depth
  • Ebony 24 fret fingerboard with 25.375 inch Scale
  • Northern flamed maple binding and headstock accent
  • Ebony tailpiece, wedge bridge and pickguard
  • Nitrocellulose lacquer finish in natural blonde
  • Ebony tailpiece, wedge bridge and pickguard
  • Nitrocellulose lacquer finish in natural blonde
  • ToneMaster custom pickup.
Ratko and Cris Mirabella with the Crossfire

Ratko Zjaca’s Mirabella Chambered Ten

10-string fretted / fretless guitar.

After a successful collaboration in 2009 with the Mirabella Jazz Moderne Electric guitar, which Ratko used to record his last two CDs, the great Cris Mirabella just finished a new, unique guitar for Ratko: the 2013 Ratko Zjaca Mirabella Chambered Ten signature model. This guitar was a special construction. An idea of Ratko Zjaca, which Cris Mirabella then put to design and applied to wood. The resulting guitar is a unique and exciting collaboration from these two artists.

Ratko Zjaca Mirabella Chambered Ten
Mirabella Chambered Ten
Ratko Zjaca and Cris Mirabella

Ratko Zjaca Mirabella Chambered Ten specifications:

  • Solid spruce top with “special” bridge brace connecting to center block
  • Honduras Mahogany center block
  • Northern flame maple back and sides with two full length body cambers running on each side of the center block
  • Neck is Northern flame maple with mahogany center strip
  • Carbon fiber D-tube neck beam trussrod
  • Specially designed stepped double fingerboard in ebony, 24 fret
  • 4 and 6 Mirabella headstock with Schaller tuners
  • Custom created “by Mirabella” 4 in 1 ten string pickup: Humbucker/single for 6 string, Humbucker/single for 4 string
  • Separate volume and tone for 4 and 6 string with stereo and mono jacks
  • Custom ebony tailpiece
  • Unique and first ever double saddle wedge bridge by Mirabella
  • Nitrocellulose Lacquer finish in “Honey umber”
  • Ebony pickguard

Mirabella Jazz Moderne Electric

This is my new custom-made guitar from the great luthier Mirabella. I will play exclusively on this guitar in the future and on my new recording. It’s an excellent instrument.

Ratko Zjaca Jazz Moderne Electric by Mirabella


  • Neck: Maple, quarter sawn one piece
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Side: Flame Maple
  • Top spruce
  • Laminated back (European Flame Maple)
  • Parts are Macassar Ebony, maple, Koa
  • Schacher tuners
  • Dunlop fret wire
  • 25.0 inch scale
  • 1 11/16 inch at nut
  • Gibson Burstbucker 2
  • 16 inch body
  • 2 1/4 inch depth
  • Koa, Maple, Ebony binding
Ratko Zjaca Jazz Moderne Electric by Mirabella


  • Neck: European maple, quarter sawn
  • Fingerboard: Ebony (chello), 55 years old
  • Side: European maple, solid flame
  • Top spruce
  • Laminated back (European maple)
  • Parts are ebony, maple, purple heart
  • Schacher tuners
  • Dunlop 155 fret wire
  • 25.5 inch scale
  • 1 11/16 inch at nut
  • Alnico 2 pickup, Duncan custum cover
  • 16 inch body
  • 2 1/4 inch depth
  • Koa binding
Ratko Zjaca Jazz Moderne Electric by Mirabella
Ratko Zjaca Jazz Moderne Electric by Mirabella

A-case JAZZ Carbon fiber guitar case

  • Strong and Lightweight, ca 2.5 kg (5 lb)
  • Available in 16, 17, 18 inch sizes

A dream come true for the working musician. Best solution for safety and easy moving, yet attractive for its beauty and uniqueness. They are stronger than 7 kg (15,4 lbs) cases made of conventional materials. Estimated strength: 150 kilo crush resistance. Made by founder and inventor of Accord Cases, counts 23 years of experience as world leading brand for musical instrument cases. Carbon fiber is an advanced composite material. Used for extreme applications in aircraft industry, medicine, sports etc. It’s high tech appearance already set a standard in a world of high fashion and luxury.

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Godin Glissentar

Ratko with Godin Glissentar

In a nutshell, it’s an eleven string, fretless, acoustic/electric instrument, strung with nylon strings and tuned to standard guitar tuning. More than ever before, musicians are mixing sounds and musical styles from all over the world. This often involves the mixing of Eastern and Western music, such as using a Sitar in a western musical setting or using western instruments to imitate the sounds in eastern music. The Glissentar was inspired by a similar desire to mix elements of East and West, but in this case, in the instrument itself. The Western part of the equation is easy to recognize as a variation on the guitar. All of the instruments basic dimensions, scale length, body size, depth, fingerboard radius, and string height, are fairly standard for acoustic/electric guitars. The Eastern influence in the Glissentar comes from the Oud, an ancestor of the Mandolin that dates back to the seventh century. The Oud is also an eleven-string fretless instrument and is still in use today primarily in Armenia and Egypt. Adapting to this new instrument is actually a great deal easier than it appears. The shape and scale of the neck and the easily visible side position markers help to give the Glissentar a very familiar feel. The Glissentar opens the door to microtonal playing as well as some incredible and unique new sounds for adventurous guitar players.


  • Rock Maple neck
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • 16 inch fingerboard radius
  • 25 1/2 inch Scale
  • 1 3/4 inch nut width
  • Two-Chamber Silver Leaf Maple body
  • Solid Cedar Top
  • Godin Custom under-saddle Transducer & custom preamp
  • Volume, Mid, Treble and Bass controls

Godin LGX-SA

Ratko with Godin LGX-SA

The LGX-SA is a three-voice guitar featuring electric and acoustic guitar sounds, plus the infinite possibilities provided by synth access. The output from the bridge transducer system in the LGX-SA produces six separate signals, one for each string. This divided signal is called hexaphonic and is used to drive guitar synths. The LGX adapted itself to this application quite easily. However, in addition to the electronic modifications, the guitar itself was altered in order to achieve the best possible performance. The most visible difference between the standard LGX and the LGX-SA is in the ebony fingerboard. The use of the ebony fingerboard improves synth tracking. Guitar synth systems in the past were technically complicated and required radical changes in playing technique. The LGX-SA/RolandTM GR-synth combination represents a new standard in user friendliness and performance. This is truly a ‘plug in and play’ system.


  • Mahogany neck
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • 16 inch fingerboard radius
  • 25 1/2 inch Scale
  • 1 11/16 inch nut width
  • Mahogany body
  • Figured Maple Top
  • Seymour Duncan Custom Humbuckers
  • 5-Way switch
  • Guitar volume
  • Tone
  • Synth volume
  • Program up/down
  • 3-Way
  • Magnetic Output
  • 13-pin Synth Output
  • Acoustic transducer Output
  • RMC transducer saddles with custom Pre-Amp EQ for: Acoustic Volume, Treble, Mid-Range and Bass controls