José Ramírez "1a" w/Segovia Signature

Incredibly easy to play, responsive and powerful, this guitar has that essential warm, mysterious and moody quality that made Ramírez famous. Apart from Segovia's signature, there is only very minor wear in the finish. Overall a top example of a classic Ramírez with added collectibility.

Hermann Hauser III

The design of this guitar is essentially the same as Andrés Segovia's 1937 Hauser I, so it has the same timeless characteristics that have mesmerized players and audiences for nearly a century.

Jake Fuller "Purnell"

"This is the second guitar I have made with Youri [Soroka's] Cherry. It's lovely wood." - Jake Fuller

As with all of Jake's guitars, workmanship is clean, simple and refined. The sound itself is textured, with ample overtones yet excellent clarity and balance.

Julia Wenzel

Like instruments from the Miguel Rodriguez shop, this guitar is lightly built, has a fast, immediate attack and is followed by a lovely and full, harmonically rich quality of sound in every note.

Miguel Rodriguez (ex Celedonio Romero)

This is a first-rate instrument from one of the 20th century's most revered workshops and the final guitar built for Celedonio Romero, legendary patriarch of the Los Romeros family and quartet. The tone itself is silky, smooth with deep, powerful basses and thick, weighty trebles.

Hermann Hauser I "Vienna Hybrid"

Arguably one of the more favored styles of guitar in turn-of-the-century Munich were instruments known to be in the "Vienna" style like this particular guitar. It is extremely charming with a vintage style of sound perfect for playing 19th century music, particularly works by Giuliani, Mertz and even Sor.

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