Flamenco

The flamenco guitars from my workshop have strong, brilliant, high notes, a high volume in the middle frequencies, almost no bass and a tone with a very short attack time, but also a very short decay. The flamenco guitar responds instantly because it is very lightweight. The soundboard, back and sides are much thinner than those of a concert classical guitar. 

A big difference between the flamenco and classical guitar lies in the strings’ action and playability. However, the only visible difference between a flamenco guitar and a concert guitar is the golpeador.

Sample Specifications:

First in the World luthier flamenco guitar introducing the following innovations:

TopAlpine Spruce from Tirol (Master Grade)
Back & sidesVavona Burl with sapwood (Master Grade)
Scale650 mm
NeckAsymmetric made of flamed Sycamore (Master Grade)
FingerboardElevated, Ebony (Master Grade), binded
HeadplatesDouble, Ebony with the logo made of authentic black mother of pearl, encrusted with three natural black diamonds
BridgeEbony (Master Grade), manually carved, encrusted with natural bone
RosetteEncrusted with natural black mother of pearl
ArmrestEbony, integrated with the guitar body
Nut52 mm, natural bone, manually shaped and polished
SaddleNatural bone, manually shaped and polished
TunersEbony knobs and black aluminum rollers with bearings and white mother of pearl screw reinforcements, ratio 18:1
BindingEbony (Master Grade)
MarkersSide dot – authentic black mother of pearl – 7th fret, enlarged
FretsNickel silver 18%
VarnishHighly resonant, anti-static varnish (own recipe), hand-polished, honey-color, high-gloss
OTHER
StringsSavarez Tomatito T50R
HardcaseHighest quality
WarrantyLifetime

Innovations

All my classical guitars are equipped with the newest generations of the following innovations:

Acoustic Tubes

WAVE type resonator
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