Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar

Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar

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Ami Nylon Cedar, Nylon String Guitar from Art & Lutherie in the Ami series.

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Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Art & Lutherie
  • Model: Ami Nylon Cedar
  • Series: Ami
  • Category: Nylon String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/25/2012

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Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 3 reviews )
 2 reviews67 %
 1 user review33 %

yesode's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar
I pass this part


Very fun to play, the neck is not much varnish. I like the texture. Small, light: It takes a little getting used to if you play sitting. Petty cash position induces a lower Thurs


Surprised by the volume generated by this guitar: I think the bass is actually not bad at all. I liked the treble sound a little stronger in against. The bottom three strings have a sound a bit muffled.
I play mainly for sweet songs arpeggio, ca really like it.


3 years of use, I have tried many other models. There are better, for sure. But for a guitar of this size, it is easily transportable drolement still good. The sound is very decent and quite powerful.
I bought 200 euros occas and I think the quality pretty good money, there are not thousands of guitars in this category!
I remake that choice, yes, but electro stage version.

patrice.goyaud's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Art & Lutherie Ami Nylon Cedar
Canadian Manufacturing, "colo" (made from rosewood of the fingerboard, all woods are Canadian)
The body type is nylon classic parlor is to say trs Troit: 33cm max and fine wicker covers (8cm), making the instrument extremely mainable and transportable. As against the handle has a standard pitch of 65 cm (real parlor have a length of vibrating string of 61 cm) and 50mm at nut drop.
Solid cedar table
Wicker covers the bottom and plated in cherry.
Handle Saddle
dco rosette: a circle of soft plastic al trs frankly ugly, with nothing better it would have t!
Construction, assembly impec, handle with adjustable stem (rare on a nylon), although adjusted to the action on the 4mm low E in block 12.


The handle, though narrower than a conventional standard, can play a little every style, it is comfortable, except trs Access in shrill allows great ease.
I use this guitar bandoulire sit or stand and its small size makes it very ergonomic.
The beginning of the volume is impressive, and if it does not have the timbre of an instrument more upscale, it dlivre a sound balance rustic, charming and trs s original apparent to the "folks nylon"


For the price, I'm really pat some instruments costing twice as often, do not always sound reproduction as enjoyable, balanced.
I play mostly classical music, Spanish and South amricaine bossa nylon on my guitars, and sound easy task, the possibility of nuance and tone makes its use very enjoyable and carefree.


Apart from a Yamaha silent guitar, which as its name suggests is silent, I had no guitar nylon voyage.Quand I learned about this little nylon, I cracked all that 'I once had the equivalent "steel", and I liked a lot.
For 280, I have a nylon guitar for dplacements, travel ... grace which you can play in these circumstances the directory "nylon" without it being a punishment. What happiness!

mateopero's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

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Agree with what has been said: compact and lightweight while very well done, faithful to the Canadian industry that provides beautiful instruments at very competitive price (I also have a godin seagull and I played many). Beautiful overall quality of varnish, particularly at the neck, which is easy and fun to play.


Two aspects attracted me in this instrument: one powerful sound and low heat, I expected less present. On the other hand, the reactivity of the guitar, which reveals different facets as it played aggressively or gently. Let me explain:
The stamp has a slight metallic coloration when you attack a little, reminding her cousins ​​with steel strings, and without blushing that gives life to a folk ballad as a good old gypsy pump.
But if you play it with your fingers, gently, she is also very present and warm.
This guitar accompanied with envy all your musical inspirations. A treat!
There are obviously better, but at this price I do not know.


I bought it on Monday, breaking my wallet thin, but I have no regrets! I tried a few guitars first prize (alhambra kind), but also some electro-acoustic ibanez or yamaha very disappointing in terms of acoustics.
I was looking for a nylon guitar but that changes a little with a look and sound nice, mainly for my work arrangement in a home setup. This guitar gives me all that!
Value for money super satisfying. I love the dynamics and versatility of this instrument compact and attractive. Makes me want to play the bossa, jazz, flamenco, gypsy and songs!

I do it again without hesitation that choice because it is a guitar that suits me 100%

EDIT: I shade my initial opinion slightly after 8 months of playing this instrument, for two reasons:
1.Some attacks right hand ring free of evil, give a snap weird, as if the rope slipped out of his home beside the bridge. Disappointing in full flamenco beef! Notice to enthusiastic ...
2.sonnent very wrong with a cell on the table. Means more handling noise than the instrument itself.

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