Flamenca Negra



Top: Spruce (Picea Abies) / Cedar (Thuja Picata) / Secquoia (Sequoia Sempervirens)
Scale: 664mm/ 650mm
Back and sides: Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia) / Madagascar Rosewood (Dalbergia Baronii) +€300 + VAT / Rio Rosewood (Dalberia Nigra) +€1000 + VAT
Neck: Honduran Cedar (Cedrela Odorata)
Fingerboard: Ebony (Diospyros Crassiflora Hiern)
Varnish: Gomalaca / Vintage gold nitro / Reddish nitro
Pegbox: 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


Rosette: See more options



My flamenca negra  guitar is the result of an exhaustive study of the guitars designed by my family throughout our long history, paying special attention to those built throughout the 70s. On account of the inheritance of my family’s guitar-building tradition and the research that I have carried out on my own, I have managed to elaborate a personality of my own, always respecting the tradition of our firm.

All the woods I use are the finest available and have been naturally aged for decades. The sound of my rosewood guitars is characterized by sustain and volume, being especially useful as solo or concert guitars. The balance between basses and trebles is distinguished by  deep and round snares, combined with clear and bright highs.

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.