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Admira SOMBRA

Nylon String Guitar from Admira .

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Admira SOMBRAPublished on 11/05/07 at 15:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is the first guitar gained after 20 years of interruption of practice, if I said that my first guitar (26 years ago) was an admirable model CARMEN, in other words it is the Spanish guitar, this model SOMBRA has a spruce top, it is very simple in appearance, the contrast between the spruce and the body dark, almost black is beautiful, the evening light the back is like a dark mirror.
Wood density of the bridge and down a little light but the sound does not suffer.

UTILIZATION

Good grip, dimensions unchanged from the model CARMEN except the tip of the heel of the neck which is not so pronounced and so do more than pique the wrist!

SOUNDS

When the sound, the projection is......
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This is the first guitar gained after 20 years of interruption of practice, if I said that my first guitar (26 years ago) was an admirable model CARMEN, in other words it is the Spanish guitar, this model SOMBRA has a spruce top, it is very simple in appearance, the contrast between the spruce and the body dark, almost black is beautiful, the evening light the back is like a dark mirror.
Wood density of the bridge and down a little light but the sound does not suffer.

UTILIZATION

Good grip, dimensions unchanged from the model CARMEN except the tip of the heel of the neck which is not so pronounced and so do more than pique the wrist!

SOUNDS

When the sound, the projection is good (difficult at night to play muted), rather fairly balanced medium, the note is not a peak but a plateau of about 1 second (for acute, almost 2 for low) to then vanish without losing the balance of harmonics.

OVERALL OPINION

A lot of fun in the game flamenco, classical soft, versatile, beautiful to recommend for life.
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  • Manufacturer: Admira
  • Model: SOMBRA
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/09/2003

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