Brand new condition. Spruce and cypress with antique finish. French polish. From GSI: Wolfgang Jellinghaus' exploration of the work of Antonio de Torres has led him to build a selection of high-quality, but affordable models based on original Torres instruments of different sizes - both in body proportions and in string length. This particular guitar is based on a smaller, short-scale (610 mm) Torres from 1884 numbered SE 77. Its smaller size and lightweight build is a bit deceptive at first – once you pluck the first note, it has a huge sound, very full and robust with great lyrical charm in the trebles and fat basses - rich in overtones across the entire register. Startlingly easy to play, the comfortable neck shape and fast response make this a true players guitar. Hand-built in Jellinghaus' small facility in China, these are small-production, concert-level instruments made with select and beautiful materials, and entirely French-polished by hand. This model also boasts an "antiqued" look in the finish meant to represent an aged, played-in looking guitar. Overall another very charming replica from this fine workshop. At this price point these are a great value for the serious student or concert player on a limited budget.
|Guitar maker||Wolfgang Jellinghaus|
|Back & Sides||Cypress|
|Scale Length||610 mm|
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