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Prudencio Saez Mod. G-9
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nell19 nell19
Publié le 11/17/06 à 09:07
This guitar was manufactured in Valencia,Spain. All wood construction, rosewood back and sides, solid cedar top, ebony fingerboard, rosewood bridge.&nbsp; The guitar is simply beautiful. The rosette is well assembled from wood and appears to be handcrafted.&nbsp; The head of the guitar is heart shaped. The instrument is finished with a fine gloss lacquer.&nbsp;

UTILIZATION

The neck is well dimensioned,&nbsp; encouraging one to play for hours and hours without fatigue. Access to upper frets is comfortable; normal for a standard scale classical guitar when properly set up.

SOUNDS

It is perfect for my style of music is not everything with this guitar bossa nova, blues, classical, flamenco. The range is exceptional; deep bass, round midrange, crystalline treble across the spectrum.

OVERALL OPINION

I bought&nbsp; this guitar new and used it for only a few months.&nbsp;&nbsp; I am curios to hear, the sound quality of this guitar after a few years of opening up.
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