Arcadio Marin 2007

3.450,00 

1 in stock

Description

 

Amazing flamenco guitar by Arcadio Marin, built after the famous Faustino Conde guitar of Jesus de Rosario!

This flamenco guitar has been made by master luthier Arcadio Marín in 2020. Arcadio Marín was born in 1967 in Montreal, Canada. His parents were from Spain and he began studying classical guitar when he was 7. Later, he got in touch with Montreal´s flamenco circle, becoming more and more focused in a self-taught way.
At the age of 16, he was part of the flamenco troupe of the “tablao” Chateau Madrid, thus starting a professional career as a soloist, as well as accompanying the dancing and singing.
After some years, he started to get interested in building guitars, because from early youth on he was interested in working with wood too. He met Arturo Sanzano (a famous luthier who once worked in the Ramirez sho). He taught him the techniques for the making of classical and flamenco guitars. After working some time in the shop of Arturo Sanzano, he opened his own workshop.
Today Arcadio Marin is one of the great builders in Spain and his guitars are famous among guitarrists.

This guitar is a special order. It was built after the meassurements and the construction details of the famous Faustino Conde guitar of Jesus de Rosario.
With its spruce top, the cypress back and sides and the light construction, this guitar really explodes while beeing played!

It has the raspy, open vibrant sound of a great flamenco, while retaining the warmth and lyrical beauty – qualities which only can be found on the greatest handmade guitars.
It has an immediate attack with a honey-like, deep, woody texture. It plays very easy with low action and a great neck profile. The guitar is very lightweight, typical of the best flamenco guitars.
The guitar has a scale length of 660 mm and a nut width of 52 mm.

It is in a wonderful condition and comes with a suitable case.

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