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Flamenco guitar Manuel Reyes 1994

This flamenco guitar was made by the master luthier Manuel Reyes in 1994. His guitars are regarded as pieces of work, and him, as one of the greatest luthiers ever. In fact, his guitars have been (and are) played by some of the best performers ever: Vicente Amigo, Tomatito, Jose Luis Postigo, Manolo Franco, and so many others.

The woods of this guitar are marvellous. The German spruce top has got a perfectly even and straight grain. The back and sides are made of cypress, also with a high-quality straight grain. The finishes are the typical in Manuel Reyes work: simple but elegant.

The sound is extraordinary, with an unbeatable character. The basses are powerful, with extraordinary depth. The trebles are crystal clear and bright, with great scope and sustain, and showing a perfect balance between both of them. This guitar´s strumming is just unbeatable: it has Reyes´s distinctive timbre: broken and bright, but with the added personality acquired as time goes by, making this sound the quintessence of FLAMENCO.

The tension is medium, and the height of strings in saddle and fingerboard, perfectly balanced, so it is quite a comfortable guitar for both hands.

The condition of this guitar is excellent and completly original, only has a tiny fissure in the upper side practically indistinguishable, perfectly repaired and documented in the attached images (probably the master luthier Manuel Reyes meant to secure this superficial fissure during the making of this guitar in order to prevent the zone from being affected by a crack).

  • Year: 1994
  • Top: German spruce
  • Back and sides: Cypress
  • Scale length: 655mm
  • Finish: French polish
  • Tuners: Mechanical tuners
  • String height at the 12th fret: 2,6mm
  • Saddle height: 8,7mm
  • Nut width: 54mm
  • Distance between 1st and
    6th string at the nut: 45mm
  • Distance between 1st and
    6th string at the saddle: 58mm
  • Case: “Prado” brown or black
  • Condition: Excellent – original
  • Availability: SOLD

 

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