Guitar Ernest Köröskenyi ’80

This guitar was made by the master guitar maker Ernest Köröskenyi in the ’80s. Ernest Köröskenyi is a prestigious guitar maker. Born in Hungary, he migrated to Germany, where he developed his career as a luthier working for the firm Dieter Hopf. After this first stage his own workshop where he made first-level guitars.
The quality of his work was recognized not only in Germany, but also in internationally, all around the world, thus obtaining a high demand of his products so far. Ernest Köröskenyi also was a mentor of so many other great makers, such as Carl-Hermann Schäfer, or Klaus Röder, among others.

The different woods in this flamenco guitar are of the top existing quality. The german spruce top has got a very marked, straight and even grain. The back and sides are curly maple, a wood with acoustic qualities and extraordinary beauty.

Ever since the first note, its power and scope are simply surprising. Deep, powerful and well-defined bass. It also has a clean, clear and balanced trebles, with incredible sustain.

We are really surprised to see its removable neck system, with a set of screws which turn it into a “fold” guitar, really versatile. Also, it has a “floating neck” system, similarly to the one observed in master luthier Andrés D. Marvi, but the fingerboard of this guitar does not touch the top, thus resulting in such a comfortable feeling when we play the last frets of the fingerboard, despite having a considerable height.

The condition of this guitar is excellent, without any cracks or repairs of any kind.

Price 1,800.00

Out of stock

Additional Information



German spruce

Back and sides

Curly maple

Scale length

654 mm


French polish



String height 12th fret

4.2 mm

Saddle height

10.1 mm

Nut width

51 mm

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

41 mm

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

61 mm


1530 gr


Excellent – original

Included case


Optional case (plus 250€)


Optional case ( plus 650 € )

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