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In Stock - SKU: GUCLRAM-08080 - Jose Ramirez III

1988 Jose Ramirez "1a" SP/CSAR

Year 1988
Top Spruce
Back & Sides CSA Rosewood
Scale Length 650 mm
Nut width 52 mm
Finish Lacquer
Country Spain
Condition Excellent
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Luthier Jose Ramirez III
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$9,000.00

Description

Possibly one of the most played and known of any Spanish made guitar in history, the Ramirez 1a model continues to satisfy players as a truly outstanding performance instrument by any standard. This guitar has all the color and warmth normally associated with a great Ramirez, and has playability more like these Madrid-made guitars of the 1950s. For attention to detail, quality of construction and sound, we rate this instrument very highly. This 1988 model is in excellent condition with virtually no signs of prior use. Easy to play with that immediately identifiable, classic sound that only comes from a great Ramirez concert guitar.

For more information on Ramirez, be sure to read The Ramirez Family: Masters of the Guitar, or for information on the Ramirez family members, from Amalia Ramirez back to Jose I and for some interesting fact-checking on myths and facts about this legendary workshop.

Description

Possibly one of the most played and known of any Spanish made guitar in history, the Ramirez 1a model continues to satisfy players as a truly outstanding performance instrument by any standard. This guitar has all the color and warmth normally associated with a great Ramirez, and has playability more like these Madrid-made guitars of the 1950s. For attention to detail, quality of construction and sound, we rate this instrument very highly. This 1988 model is in excellent condition with virtually no signs of prior use. Easy to play with that immediately identifiable, classic sound that only comes from a great Ramirez concert guitar.

For more information on Ramirez, be sure to read The Ramirez Family: Masters of the Guitar, or for information on the Ramirez family members, from Amalia Ramirez back to Jose I and for some interesting fact-checking on myths and facts about this legendary workshop.

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