Vicente Carrillo was born in 1963. His professional experience comes from a long history of the Carrillo family (since 1.744), out of which, he is the seventh generation of guitar makers.
He was awarded in 2009 with the Regional Craftsmanship Award and in 2010 with the National Craftsmanship Award.
His guitars are and were played by Paco de Lucía, Tomatito, J.M. Cañizarez, El Niño Josele, Rafael Cañizares, Javier Limón, Keith Richards, Josemi Carmona (Ketama), Duo Montes Kircher among others…
All his guitars are handmade and built in the traditional style using traditional techniques.
Incredible beauty and quality can be admired in the woods of this guitar. The spruce top has a straight and equidistant grain over the entire surface. The rosette is just stunning. The back and sides are made of very nice cypress, with an exceptional quality and beauty.
The scale length is 650 mm and the nut width 52 mm.
The sound of this flamenco guitar is simply spectacular, due to the volume in particular and the quality in general: The basses are powerful and deep, with an incredible flamenco sound. The highs are well defined, with an amazing range.
It has an exquisite tone which is sweet, beautiful and lyrical while retaining the bite and energy of an excellent flamenco guitar.
The guitar plays with an incredible ease and is perfectly adjusted. The condition of this nice flamenco guitar is very good, with only small signs of use. It is a one owner instrument and was built in 2012.
A picture of Carillo has been put in the inside of the body beside the label. It is covering the year of construcion.
It comes with a guitar case.