A spectacular guitar … Juan Montero Aguilera 1975 – great sounding flamenco guitar, with bold old world sound!
Juan Montero Aguilera is one of the famous Spanish guitar makers whose guitars are played by many professional guitarists:
Juan Serrano (who has used his guitars in almost 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 guitars not only have the workmanship and beauty you would expect from a quality handmade instrument, but they also have a rich, deep and balanced sound.
The sound of this guitar is wonderfully versatile, with a complex tone and a tremendous range of the most beautiful timbres. The sound is powerful and majestic on the one hand, but the guitar also impresses with clear, sparkling highs that give a sense of great projection. It is a very balanced guitar and has an impressively open sound.
Definitely a guitar for the concert hall and professional use!
This guitar has a cedar top and cypress back and sides. The scale length is 660 mm and the nut width is 52 mm. It is in good condition – and has just the right amount of wear from play and use which you expect from a well loved guitar!
It comes with a newer hard case.