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2001 De Jonge Spruce Indian Rosewood

Category:Classical Guitars
Sergei de Jonge is often considered one of the fathers of Canadian guitarmaking, as he has a long involvement in the craft and many other builders have learned from him. He has been building guitars since 1969 and is recognized as a master of the art. All of Sergei and wife Devora’s six children have grown up in his shop, and all work at building guitars of their own. This guitar was built by his son, Rubin. He is the most meticulous of all the children and a recognized prodigy. Rubin’s guitars are so good, being made as they are with first-rate materials and specs under his father’s close supervision, that were it not for the label, you'd be hard-pressed to distinguish them from his father’s! This guitar is warm, loud with amazing projection. As you can see, the face is a perfect piece quarter sawn spruce with strong cross-grain that gives it its special sound. It is a work of art in pristine condition, ready to be played and enjoyed by all who play and listen. Top: Spruce Back & Sides: Indian rosewood Neck: Mahogany Fingerboard: Ebony Bridge: Rosewood
Product details
Guitar maker De Jonge
Year 2001
Top Spruce
Back & Sides Indian Rosewood
Finish French Polish
Country Canada
Condition Excellent


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