Antonio Marin Montero of Granada

  • Year:

    2009

  • Body:

    A Special with highly-figured African satinwood - turraeanthus africanus - also referred to as Avodire or African white mahogany with white to creamy gold-coloring - a gorgeous wood that is hard, dense and works superbly as a tonewood. Based on a classical made last year by José in the same wood, Antonio agreed it should make a fine flamenco as it feels and behaves very similar to cypress. Rosewood bridge.
    Overall weight 1333 grams.

  • Front:

    A really good European spruce top with Antonios old rosette pattern.

  • Tuners:

    Traditional wooden pegs

  • Scale:

    65cm

  • Neck Width:

    52mm at the nut

  • Weight:

    1333 grams

  • Condition:

    New. Appearance simply stunning - seriously.

  • Comments:

    Wow! This is a fabulous-looking, unique peg-head flamenco blanca guitar from Antonio Marin Montero that is a marvellous-sounding flamenco guitar. It has the old 1970's rosette and traditional peg-head. Antonio picked one set from four sets of satinwood which I took, as potentially the most suitable for a flamenco and was very confident about the outcome. This is a wonderful guitar from every aspect; appearance, playability & flamenco sound.

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  • Price:
    Sold May 2010. Identical guitar available to order.
  • AVAILABILITY
    SOLD
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