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Admira Monica

Nylon String Guitar from Admira .

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Admira MonicaPublished on 01/03/06 at 14:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Classical guitar made in northern Spain ZARAUTH (Guipuzcoa).
Solid cedar top, back and sides mongoy, bridge mongoy, mechanical nickel.
mahogany neck, button mongoy.

UTILIZATION

Conventional handle (52cm under saddle) necessarily pleasant does not easily give access to the latest freight. Very good ergonomics.
Agreement and asked her a very warm, well-typed "español", comes out beautifully. The position of the strings, however, remains quite high relative to the handle (matter of habit or a little bit of lime on the bridge and you're done).

SOUNDS

To play all types of Latin music (flamenco, bossa and classical ....) of course.
The bass and mids are good for them, leaving a......
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Classical guitar made in northern Spain ZARAUTH (Guipuzcoa).
Solid cedar top, back and sides mongoy, bridge mongoy, mechanical nickel.
mahogany neck, button mongoy.

UTILIZATION

Conventional handle (52cm under saddle) necessarily pleasant does not easily give access to the latest freight. Very good ergonomics.
Agreement and asked her a very warm, well-typed "español", comes out beautifully. The position of the strings, however, remains quite high relative to the handle (matter of habit or a little bit of lime on the bridge and you're done).

SOUNDS

To play all types of Latin music (flamenco, bossa and classical ....) of course.
The bass and mids are good for them, leaving a good sharp snapping good lens. The resonance at all to my taste is very pleasant to listen to (especially in an environment adequate sound).

OVERALL OPINION

MONICA I use for about 10 years. This is my third classical guitar, and all those that I used one day, it does "not boxing in the same category." At first listen, I knew it was her. This guitar was hanging in an old bag in a damp closet with a fellow Catalan. I took it out of its cover, I removed the sand stuck to his chest, I have given and there .... wonderful. To save this infamous treatment, I bought her, the bridge begins to take off today, which makes, to my désaroi, bomber the table. But she still holds the road well.
Finally the little paragraph sentimental, it's a great guitar and I just met (or not objectively) 10/10.
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  • Manufacturer: Admira
  • Model: Monica
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/15/2004

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