Made late 2005 and the first made of a Centenario Limited Edition - in memory of Maestro Eduardo Ferrer
Rosewood - extremely dark.
European spruce - good silky quality, well quarter-sawn with even grain width broadening at the edges. Multiple-line purflings, attractive floral rosette and rosewood bridge
Schaller tuners mounted on a rosewood-faced head.
52m at the nut
As new - but for about seven fine nail marks on the back of the neck - so shallow you can't feel them when playing
This limited edition guitar in honour of Eduardo Ferrer, was the first of a series of just a few and was given to the wife of José López Bellido who kept it in the family until quite recently. This is without doubt a fine concert guitar with plenty of power and a particularly impressive treble that is clear, sparkling and gives a sense of real projection. The guitar is unplayed yet has an impressive open sound but of course will become more smooth and generally better still with playing. Having generally preferred other Granada makes, we have to say this special model instrument is a fine, strong guitar
José López Bellido - Click here to find out more about this maker
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