Some guitars just want to be played. When the sound projects from the instrument with little effort it keeps you wanting to play more, and loving it while doing so. I've played and built classical guitars for many years, and I love making them and playing them. I built this guitar in 2009 and I've played it in a few concerts over the years, but it is in brand new condition. With the lattice braced cedar top, it responds instantly and forcefully. Cedar has a very quick response, and a well balanced tone. This guitar has very good volume for a concert hall venue.
The sides and back are East Indian Rosewood, and the neck is maple. The fretboard is ebony, and it has high quality Gotoh tuners. This instrument is professional in every detail. If you've played or owned fine instruments in the past, you'll be happy to have this in your hands. If you're ready to move up to a professional instrument, this will be the envy of all your guitar-playing friends.
This is a one-of-a-kind luthier built instrument. The string scale length is 646 mm, width at nut is 54 mm. Of course it has a bone nut and saddle. I use no molds in my guitar building process. The sides are bent perfectly and are glued in place with tentellones without any pressure forcing them into position. This allows the wood to freely resonate with no unnatural strain or stress placed on it. The whole instrument vibrates and resonates as one unit, allowing it to respond in full natural volume and tone.
Cedar & EI Rosewood Classical Guitar
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