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Publié le 10/05/07 à 00:01
Made in Spain by one of the best luthiers, solid wood, solid cedar crate and bubinga (African wood) solid

UTILIZATION

Spanish guitar maker specializes in flamenco, Manuel Rodriguez is part of the 3 best guitar luthiers of Spain, the handle is very easy, fast and soft to the touch, finishes very thorough, access to acute is standart for the model, the Ergonomics is very good light and balanced in sound reveals the beautiful sound quality very powerful and balanced for soloists

SOUNDS

I played in bossa and jazz standarts on, she wonders, very dynamic, answer all solicitations even the most violent (flamenco)

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased 3 months ago for my son, his beauty of solid wood and sound compared to many other brands on the day of purchase, it is unrivaled in this price, possessing a massive alhambra I can really compare, I suggest anyone wanting a professional quality guitar at reasonable prices
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