The Ramirez family started producing guitars in 1882. Not only do they have a long tradition and history, but Ramírez probably influenced the history of guitar making like no one else. Almost all of the famous guitarists play or played Ramirez guitars.
This model is very special. It was built by Félix Manzanero in 1961 one of the best luthiers in the history of Ramírez, who is perhaps with Paulino Bernabe the most famous of the Ramírez builders.
Soundwise, it’s a true revelation … check the details:
An amazing guitar from the hand of an excellent craftsman!
Anselmo Solar Gonzalez was born in 1918 in Valle de Nalon. As luthier he was already winning prizes at expositions for his guitars in 1938. Short time after he moved to Madrid and went to work with the great Santos Hernandez. There he could further improve his skills.
After the death of Santos Hernandez he continued to build guitars for Hernandez’s widow together with Marcelo Barbero until 1948.
The sound of this guitar is bold and proud. It has a very clear and detailed tone – every single note rings out clear and in the most beautiful timbres you can imagine.
A wonderful replica of a romantic guitar in the style of Lacote by Antonio Pisa.
It is a wonderful instrument that takes us musically to a different time and yet meets today’s standards in terms of playability and comfort.
Antonio Pisa is a young and yet highly talented guitar maker from Valladolid in Spain. He mainly builds guitars in the traditional Spanish style. At the customer’s request, as in this case, he builds individual instruments, whereby dimensions, features and appearance are determined in close cooperation with the customer.
Conde Hermanos “Paco de Lucia” special – built in the style of the famous guitar of the great master!
This guitar is rare. It has the signature of Paco de Lucia on the label and the signature of Conde Hermanos. These guitars were built in a very limited edition. The materials and dimensions are the same as on Paco de Lucias original guitar.
A rare opportiunity to get a very special guitar:
The famous guitar builder Manuel Cáceres worked for José Ramirez before he opened his own shop and was one of the most respected guitar builders there.
His collaboration with the famous Arcángel Fernández is also legendary and it is no exaggeration to say that Manuel Cáceres is one of the most famous guitar builders in Spain.
He currently has his own workshop in Jardines 14 (Madrid), where, despite his old age, he continues to make true masterpieces, most of which go to Japan, just like Arcángel Fernández’s.
A Flamenco guitar built by the renowned luthiers Vicente Carrillo and Juan Miguel Gonzalez with the signature of the master Tomatito; these guitars’ quality is extraordinary and have been built under the supervision and approval of the master José Fernández “Tomatito”.
This cooperation between the two luthiers and the professional player promises a lot … and the result is astonishing!
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A rare opportunity, to get one of Santos Hernandez’ sought after guitars – they are doubtlessly the holy grail amoung the classical guitars!
Santos Hernandez is one of the elite makers of the historical pantheon – along with Torres and Hauser I in terms of collectibility and historical importance.
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Juan Montero Aguilera is one of the few famous Spanish guitar builders, whos guitars are played by many professional guitarists:
Among the many professional guitarists and artists who appear in his registry of customers are Juan Serrano (who has used his guitars on virtually all his recordings since 1990), Paco de Lucia, Paco Cepero, Vicente Amigo, Paco de Gastor, Eloy de Diego, José Luis Postigo, Manolo Dominguez, Pepe Morales, Juan Muñez El Tomate, Rafael Riqueni, Antonio de Patrocinio, Antonio Romero Pantoja, Hermanos Flores, Carlos Piñana de Cartagena, Adolfo Rábanos de Logroño, Alberto Lucena de Cordoba, Paco del Gastor de Morón, José Antonio Rodríguez, Luis Calderito, Manuel Silveria, Pepe Corraliza, and Enrique de Melchor.
His flamenco and classical guitars not only have the workmanship and beauty one expects in a quality handmade instrument, but they also have a richness, depth, and balance of sound.
We offer an amazing Juan Montero from 1966 – this guitar is very similar to Paco de Lucia’s guitar. Check the details:
Have you ever dreamed to play a guitar similar to the one of Paco de Lucia?
We offer a Conde Hermanos Media Luna “Flamenca Negra” – Paco de Lucia style
This guitar is like new and sounds incredible … check it out: