Flamenco guitar Francisco Sánchez 2021

This flamenco guitar was made by the guitar maker Francisco Sánchez, from Estepa (Sevilla) in 2021. After starting his career as a guitar maker in 1999, he made a name for himself in the current panorama, getting a great reputation due to his elaborate making and a great sound quality attained in every single guitar made.

The woods employed for the construction of this guitar are excellent quality, the sound top is made of German spruce, with an even and straight grain on the entire surface. The back and sides are made of beautiful cypress tree, with a straight and simple veining, the finishes are elegant and sober.

I must admit I have a strong devotion to this genius craftsman ́s guitars, as they radiate a unique personality and character, as well as reflect an evolution in a short space of time that greatly magnifies their virtues, thus reaching a very outstanding acoustic maturity and with truly spectacular clarity and strength. And this is precisely what we find here: a guitar with two years of life that, acoustically speaking, seems as if forty years have passed through its woods, with thas ‘solera’ and that hollow, dry, and deep tone typical of the finest flamenco guitars.

This flamenco guitar has got medium tension, and a perfect height of strings in the saddle and fingerboard, providing the guitarist with a high degree of comfort for both hands, as well as an easy performance.

The conservation condition of this flamenco guitar is excellent and completely original, without any kind of cracks or repairs whatsoever.

Price 4,500.00

Out of stock

Additional Information



German spruce

Back and sides


Scale length

655 mm





String height 12th fret

2.5 mm

Saddle height

8.0 mm

Nut width

52 mm

Dist. between 1st-6th string at the nut

43 mm

Dist. between 1st-6th string at the saddle

59 mm


1490 gr


Excellent – original

Included case


Optional case (plus 250€)


Optional case ( plus 650 € )

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Video recorded with strings

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