Made in Spain (Valencia)
Soundboard: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Solid Cypress
Nut and bridge bone
As with any flamenco, it is equipped with a pick guards which covers the area hit by the ring.
As with any flamenco guitars, that it is very light but solid so far. The handle is very comfortable and the height of the strings, again typical of flamenco, makes ligados off. The quality of gasoline used gives a very flamenco dry Sustain short but brilliant and powerful.
This guitar is suitable for playing flamenco. The sound is too typed play something else. So, as I play flamenco is a gem!
I use it for a month now. Bought second hand for a reasonable price (when compared with the new price, of course). Because it had already been played before, the woods have had time to develop their natural characteristics so she immediately sound like I expected. On the advice of my flamenco teacher, he would use it even if it was in concert with him ^ _ ^
What I love about this guitar: sound, features that make technology easier (rasgueado, picado, é colocado no carregador), and especially the head which has an original pattern and distinguishes study models. Failing to have a half-moon Conde brothers, I have a half-moon Hernandez More seriously, the violin is impeccable yet simple.
New, it is obvious that it requires reflection because its price is still very high and not sure that all copies of the models sound identical flamenco. So with the experience I would do the same choice if I found her hand. The price of nine, I would probably tend to look for used models of even higher quality (or Conde Hermanos Ramirez, for example, even models of luthiers)