Miguel Rodriguez (ex Pepe Romero)

This guitar is a monster of a blanca built in the 3rd decade both of this guitar maker’s career and of the 20th century. Although it was built in the mid-1920s, it has all the punch and power normally associated with the great mid-century Andalucian flamencos.

Kenneth Brogger "Polycentric Baroque Arch"

The main "thrust" behind this instrument was to discover a new head shape that had the proportional balance of the great heads from the past and yet is a fresh, new design at the same time.

Elias Bonet

This is Elias' traditional model, which is built with a five-fan bracing pattern and uses solid, well-aged woods, drawing from templates designed according to guidelines provided by one of his teachers, Juan A. Reyes.

Francisco Simplicio

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.

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La Cañada "Model 17A"

The "Model 17A" ("A" for "antiqued" look) is based largely on an 1864 Torres, known as "FE 17" - the earliest of Tarrega’s 3 Torres instruments that he would play throughout his career. This is a charming, first-epoch style guitar with a slightly more compact body size and shorter scale length.

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