Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
Classical guitar
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Classical guitar

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Our classical guitars are made in the traditional Spanish way. Our models are made according to a José Romanillos (year 1976) and an Antonio de Torres (year 1888) with a smaller body. Making a classical guitar means to find an instrument that matches a specific repertoire and a refined taste from the from the musician. Both, should then act as one to explore the best of each instrument.

When building your guitar we focus on your needs and ideas. Antonio de Torres, despite any taste, marks a turning point on what we consider a classical or flamenco guitar nowadays, not only in terms of shape and size but also in terms of strutting and, off course, sound. His paper mache back and sides guitar shows a test he made to find how important the choice of the wood for the back and sides would be. A lot has been said and written about it, many have used it to record albums and said it is excellent, many have questioned his value and the quality of his sound. Not willing to choose a side at all, simply assuming the importance of this luthier as the person who defined the "lines" of our classical guitar, we should say that, in a way, we persecute his ideas in order to find the perfect solution (on wood, no paper mache for now!) for an alternative wood that matches the needs of musicians.

Saying this, we believe that a good spruce top, selected and bought from the best suppliers, can offer the best a guitar can give. Back and sides, if well balanced and tuned, will improve tone, volume and projection. Will work with the top in order to enhance the communication and resonance between them. We intend to prove that the back and sides are important in the overall constitution of the sonority of the instrument.

Our first choice on tuners is The Schaller GrandTune Classic Hauser.

The waiting list for this instrument is 8 months from the date you order it. To know more about ordering an instrument please follow this link.

According to your customisation or available materials: wood type, colour or finishing might change. All instruments are preferably finished with shellac. 

Please get in contact with us to order one.