Jean-Noel Rohe

Rohe is considered to be the top French maker of his generation - not just by all those who play his instruments, but also by none other than Daniel Friederich and Dominique Field. We are delighted to have this fine maker on our roster, and with this particular guitar (just his 50th instrument to date) we find that it has the maturity and sophistication normally found in instruments of great masters.

Tobias Berg

Materials are gorgeous including a stunning set of European walnut for the back and sides (and head veneer), which has a golden-like, shimmery glow to it. For tone, the double-sides give the guitar a deeper, almost "cathedral-like" presence to the sound, a quality we've only heard before in modern Friederich guitars. Overall, this is a fantastic concert guitar by all standards.

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Manuel Velazquez

This instrument is a prime example of the classic Velazquez style - lightweight yet sturdy build, with a firm sound that is strongly reminiscent of the "teutonic" style as developed by Hermann Hauser I and carried on by Hauser II. Sparkling trebles and steady basses are the standout tonal qualities of this guitar.

Francisco Simplicio

The famous 'sound' of Simplicio is perhaps the most unique of the great makers of the 20th century. The sound of this Simplicio is magical - there is great depth and rich overtone content in every note from the lowest bass note to the highest treble. This guitar also has ample volume to fill any hall.

Manuel Reyes

The late Manuel Reyes of Cordoba is considered to be among the greatest and most sought-after flamenco builders in history. He is known for his superb workmanship and authentic Andalusian flamenco sound. His guitars have been played by dozens of flamenco professionals, perhaps most notably by Vicente Amigo and Paco Serrano.

Fernando Moreno

This instrument - a cedar top concert classical - is very true to its origins in that it clearly feels and sounds southern Spanish in character. It's incredibly lively with fast attack and a rich, plump quality in the body of every note. The quick attack ensures a clean and crisp amount of separation between the notes.
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