They are also known through Chet Atkins. When he was asked shortly before his death which of his hundreds of guitars he preferred most, he chose without hesitation his 1964 Juan Estruch. In fact, this was the guitar that Atkins played every day and on which he made many of his “basement” recordings that were found after his death.
This Juan Estruch is an absolute beauty with nice decorations that make up the typical vintage character. So this guitar takes us from the feeling to the time of the great masters of flamenco!
It is a signed instrument, made by the master and equipped with the highest quality materials.
This Estruch was built in 1976 and is today an absolute rarity.
It has a very fine spruce top and the best Spanish cypress as wood for back and sides. 52 mm nut width and 650 mm scale length – plus a perfect adjustment. The guitar is easy to play.
Sound and playability are outstanding!
It has the typical flamenco sound of an absolute masterbuilt guitar. Dry, clacking and razor sharp! It responds incredibly fast and is super easy to play. Here you get everything you want.
The basses are very distinctive, but nevertheless the guitar is balanced on all levels.
The condition of this Juan Estruch is very good – it has only slight signs of use! The original case comes with the guitar.