This flamenco guitar is built by the prestigious firm Hermanos Conde from Madrid, in 2000, the period of the best splendor after the death of Faustino and Mariano Conde late 80s early 90.
After working together for years on the street Gravina 7, Mariano Conde decided to leave his brother Faustino and open, with her children Felipe and Mariano Conde, his own workshop in the street Felipe V in Madrid. They have run the workshop until 2010 maintaining the building line and tradition that his father and uncle were transmitted.
The woods used for the construction of this guitar are of a sublime quality and beauty. German spruce is used for the top, with an excellent straight and fine grain. The Rosewood in back and sides has got some spectaculars drawings and fabrics. The finishes are the typical ones of Hermanos Conde.
The sound of this guitar is excellent and a very accentuated flamenco character. The basses are unbelievably strong and deep, the trebles are sweet and clear, with an unmatchable sustain and projection. The harmonics it releases are truly magic. It is definitely a perfect sound, which makes us understand the respect and admiration that this firm gets from the guitar world.
The tension of this flameco guitar is medium, and the height of the strings in the saddle and fingerboard really balanced, which provides us with a high degree of comfort for both hands.
The condition of this flamenco guitar is very good, it only has a small fissure, located on a lower spot of the top, almost invisible to eyesight. In any case, it is perfectly repaired and backed up in the attached images. The guitar has been repolished in the same way as was done originally, keeping qualities and sound characteristics intact.
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