Richard Newman - Berkshire

  • Year:

    2012 - named 'Adalina'

  • Body:

    East Indian rosewood - dark, straight-grained... lovely stuff - with double-line, maple purflings to back and sides. All shellac french-polished.

  • Front:

    European spruce - with a hint of bearclaw / haselfichte and extremely close grain towards the centre.

  • Tuners:

    Waverly Sloane with weave pattern side-plates and ebony buttons, mounted on a head faced with rosewood.

  • Scale:

    65cm with 19 frets on an ebony fingerboard

  • Neck Width:

    52mm at the nut with 43.5mm string spacing.

  • Weight:

    1475 grams

  • Condition:

    New. All shellac french-polished.

  • Comments:

    Richard Newman is consistently producing persuasive quality instruments that sound good and look good. Made in traditional manner and style, they have seven fan-struts, generally as Torres. The workmanship and finish is very pleasing and most importantly, they have refined musical qualities. These hand-crafted instruments are a very good buy with refinement and sublety at a price that is very competitive.
    This one has an air resonance around F# which gives a strong depth of bass, yet has a good treble, nicely in balance with the bass and middle. The bass sound character of this and other recent Newman guitars has a distinct similarity in my ear, to many Romanillos guitars.
    Richard's guitars have been bought by some good players and have come to the attention of and been recommended by tutors at some of the main colleges and conservatoires.

    Richard Newman - Click here to find out more about this maker

  • Price:
    Sold January 2014. Please enquire for others available
    + 44 (0) 1732 453 523 Contact via Email

+ 44 (0) 1732 453 523

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