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  • alexzzalexzz

    Vicente Sanchis 39Published on 05/31/07 at 09:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Spanish house founded in 1915 in Valencia, by his father Ricardo Sanchis, talented luthier who worked closely with Manuel Ramirez and Domingo Esteso.
    Type: Flamenco Blanca
    Top: solid spruce German "bookmatched"
    Sides: Solid Cypress
    Back: Solid cypress "bookmatched"
    Neck: Spanish Cedar
    Keys: Ebony
    Bridge and head finish: Rosewood
    Nut & saddle: bone solid
    Tuners: Schaller gold Lyra
    Finish: Nitrocellulose lacquer
    Strings: D'Addario Pro Arte
    Two microphones: B-Band UST and AST

    The wood quality seems exceptional, but the decor (rosette, binding ,...) is barely worthy of a guitar at 49 euros (and I'm nice ...).
    Given the sound quality, I am told that, for once, they p…
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    Spanish house founded in 1915 in Valencia, by his father Ricardo Sanchis, talented luthier who worked closely with Manuel Ramirez and Domingo Esteso.
    Type: Flamenco Blanca
    Top: solid spruce German "bookmatched"
    Sides: Solid Cypress
    Back: Solid cypress "bookmatched"
    Neck: Spanish Cedar
    Keys: Ebony
    Bridge and head finish: Rosewood
    Nut & saddle: bone solid
    Tuners: Schaller gold Lyra
    Finish: Nitrocellulose lacquer
    Strings: D'Addario Pro Arte
    Two microphones: B-Band UST and AST

    The wood quality seems exceptional, but the decor (rosette, binding ,...) is barely worthy of a guitar at 49 euros (and I'm nice ...).
    Given the sound quality, I am told that, for once, they preferred the quality, rather than aesthetics!

    UTILIZATION

    I'm surprised the race: I am more comfortable with my folk or electric.
    Probably because of my big toes ...
    The barre is much easier on my Serrano.
    Another point which suits me perfectly: this guitar is very light.

    SOUNDS

    The sound I was looking for! Amplified or not, on the classical or via a multi-effect is currently the best sound I know (although there was a Schlemper I liked a lot, but 10x more expensive).

    I may come across a good number, especially since it is a few years (bought 700 euros used): it must be rehearsed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I did that for a month. I like its ease of play and especially its sound, amplified or not by an Ashdown Radiator 1.
    What I hate is that all the other guitars seem to me now 'bland' (I sold my last week and my electric folk).
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