Top: Spruce (Picea Abies) / Cedar (Thuja Picata) / Secquoia (Sequoia Sempervirens)
Back and sides: Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia) / Madagascar Rosewood (Dalbergia Baronii) +€300 + VAT / Rio Rosewood (Dalberia Nigra) +€1,000 + VAT
Neck: Honduran Cedar (Cedrela Odorata)
Scale: 650mm
Fingerboard: Ebony (Diospyros Crassiflora Hiern)
Varnish: Shellac
Machine head: Fustero / Alessi / Mechanical pegs / Ask for more options
Width at nut: 53mm
Case included: Hiscox PRO-II-GCL-M
Strings: Felipe Conde Medium Tension
Price: €7,800€ + VAT


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This instrument is based on the classical guitars made by Domingo Esteso during the 1920s and 1930s, although there is also the possibility of using more modern templates and bracing, based both on guitars from my family and from other schools. Do not hesitate to consult for more options.

My classical guitars are characterized by a rich and warm tone, with a very wide range of colors which facilitate expressiveness for the guitarist. The trebles are sweet and velvety, and the basses are round and deep. The woods used for this guitar have been naturally dried for many decades to achieve a vintage sound.

All of my guitars have a comfortable and adjustable string action, as well as a specially designed neck. The inside of the neck has an unidirectional carbon fiber reinforcement, which helps with its stability and prevents it from bowing. In this way, I wanted to achieve greater ergonomics, in order to prevent injuries and facilitate the work of the guitarist.