Exchanges

30-Day Standard Exchange: Within 30 days from the date of purchase, GSI will exchange any guitar toward the purchase of any other instrument of equal or greater value. Providing the instrument is returned in original condition, the full purchase price will be credited.


2-Year ExchangePlus: Within two years from the date of purchase, GSI will exchange any guitar toward the purchase of any other instrument of equal or greater value. Providing the instrument is returned in original condition (less normal wear), 70% of the purchase price excluding tax will be credited.


Please note that guitars originally purchased through a trade-in deal (or any method that does not involve payment of the full purchase price) may not be eligible for the 2-year exchange policy.

2012 Tomatito "La Chanca" (AFP) SP/CY

DETAILS

Year: 2012 /
Top: Spruce /
Back & Sides: Cypress /
Scale Length: 660 mm /
Nut Width: 52 mm /
Finish: French Polish /
Country: Spain /
Condition: NEW /
Case: Yes /
Exchange Policy: ExchangePlus /

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ITEM: 05485_102481

For legendary flamenco guitarist Tomatito to put his name on a line of flamenco guitars, he had to find an extraordinary luthier (or, as it turned out, two) to design and build the guitars to his exacting specifications. Juan Miguel Gonzales and Vicente Carillo turned out to be a perfect match for Tomatito's vision. The fusion between these two guitar makers, each bringing his personal experience, make it possible to offer this new line of signature model guitars, backed by the professionalism and caliber of a guitarist like Tomatito. They are made according to the strict specifications of Jose Fernandez Torres (Tomatito), and each guitar will be personally inspected by him. This assures an unparalleled level of quality control, assuring the satisfaction of any guitarist, amateur or professional.

This model, the "La Chanca", is the top model of the Tomatito line, and we stock a custom-ordered version with an upgraded French polish finish. It is a concert-ready flamenco guitar made by Vicente Carrillo, according to Tomatito's strict specifications. The blanca is a traditional flamenco guitar, with a loose, airy feel and a room-filling projection, ideal for accompanists and players looking to cut through the sound of dancers, singers, palmas and background noise. With easy playability and a bright, punchy sound, these guitars are an ideal choice for professionals looking for a concert guitar at a more affordable price.





Luthier Bio: Tomatito Guitars