Flamenco guitar Juan Montero 1992 nº782

This flamenco guitar was built by the well-known guitar maker Juan Montero Aguilera, from Córdoba in 1992. Rafael Riqueni, Vicente Amigo, Tomatito, or Luis Calderito are just some of the few performers who have praised and played his magnificent guitars.

Unfortunately, Juan Montero passed away this very year (2021), putting an end to one of the most representative firms of Cordovan craftsmanship.

The quality of his woods is always an outstanding aspect of this guitar maker’s guitars. Given his friendship with his colleague Manuel Reyes, they often went together in search of wood for their respective workshops.

This flamenco guitar delivers a really special sound. Juan Montero’s guitars stand out for having a very personal stamp in both their construction and their sound; a very ‘Cordoban’ flamenco sound with a great volume and acoustic quality. They have thick and deep strings with a brilliant timbre and clear trebles with good projection. Although indeed his guitars did not reach the level of quality and reputation of Manuel Reyes or Miguel Rodríguez, we can consider him, without a doubt, one of the best artisans of our country and a reference in the history of the Cordoban guitar of all times.

The tension of this flamenco guitar is medium, and the heights of the strings in fingerboard and saddle are perfect, providing us with such a high degree of comfort that one will be delighted.

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


Out of stock

Additional Information



Canadian cedar

Back and sides



French polish



Scale length

655 mm

String height 12th fret

2.5 mm

Saddle height

8.4 mm

Nut width

54 mm

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

44 mm

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

58 mm


1550 gr


Excellent – original

Included case


Optional case (plus 500 €)

BAM Panther 8002XLB Hightech

Optional case (plus 150€)




Video recorded with strings

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