Made in Spain Muro de Alcoy (Alicante), crossover classical guitar with cutaway, 19 frets, neck end kind folk, 48mm at the nut.
Wood: solid cedar table, fishplates background solid Sapele, Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard.
Fishman preamp 4t blend with 2 microphones, built-in tuner.
Excellent ergonomics, slightly thinner than a standard case, and handle very close to a folk. button slightly convex. access to appropriate acute, but it is a classic with 12 fret at the body (crossover takamine, yamaha, go to 14)
preamp and tuner handy, renders a very realistic sound.
Suitable for classical, jazz, bossa, etc. ... any type of game its clear nylon strings. very warm sound, with a low acute balance incredible medium, whatever the case.
amplified, the sound is very well restored, very loyal, setting the second microphone (plus EQ) allows a lot of different sounds.
I use it for just one week, this guitar is fantastic. the scent that emerges from the body is wonderful, and the sound and precision tones also.
I tried several conventional hybrid (handle finer): Takamine, Yamaha, almansa, and I think the Alhambra, in this range, is that which offers the most careful and really typical Spanish violin. the handle is really an excellent compromise classic / folk, compared to that of takamines folk too.
I would do this choice without hesitation, this new guitar costs about 900 euros on the internet without case
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