Flamenco guitar Hermanos Conde 2001

This flamenco guitar was built by the prestigious Hermanos Conde de Madrid, in the year 2001. After having worked together in 7 Gravina Street, Mariano Conde decided to work on his own in Felipe V Street, Madrid, where he taught his children, Mariano and Felipe Conde, the art of guitar making. These two children learnt so much that they managed to take over the workshop until 2010.

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 Madagascar wood in back and sides has got some spectaculars drawings and fabrics. The finishes are the typical ones of Hermanos Conde.

This flamenco guitar model, built in rosewood and with a shellac varnish, is one of the most sought after and valued by the firm in the used guitar market. Its sound is clearly that of a concert guitar, since the projection and volume it gives off make it an indisputable statement. But in addition to enjoying all the virtues of a concert instrument, we find in it the timbre and qualities of the most traditional flamenco guitar, with a powerfully flamenco strumming and truly extraordinary comfort.

The tension of this 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.

Its condition is excellent and completely original, without any cracks or repairs whatsoever.


Out of stock

Additional Information



German spruce

Back and sides



French polish



Scale length

664 mm

String height 12th fret

3.0 mm

Saddle height

8.6 mm

Nut width

53 mm

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

45 mm

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

59 mm


1620 gr


Excellent – original

Included case


Optional case (plus 150€)


Optional case (plus 500 €)

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