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In Stock - SKU: GUCLTEZ-08331 - Tezanos-Perez

2002 Tezanos-Perez "Maestro" SP/CSAR

Year 2002
Top Spruce
Back & Sides CSA Rosewood
Scale Length 650 mm
Nut width 51.5 mm
Finish French Polish
Country Spain
Condition Excellent
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$7,000.00

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Description

Mariano Tezanos was world famous for the work of his father (same name) who stamped M. T. inside some of the greatest guitars from Ramirez during the 60s, 70s and 80s. Teodoro Perez also worked with Ramirez as one of his great artisans from the same period. These two veterans of the great Madrid style teamed up in 1991 to produce some great instruments with stunning materials.

Considering the quality of sound, materials, playability and workmanship, this "Maestro" model from 2002 is extremely hard to beat for this price range. The sound is very well balanced with clear singing trebles, and excellent rich, robust bases with great sustain. Condition is excellent with no damage or repairs, only some very minimial wear in the finish. With the beautiful rosewood sides and back, immaculate workmanship and big, Madrid-style sound, this is a great value for the price.

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2002 Tezanos-Perez "Maestro" SP/CSAR

Sakeenah Godfrey & Wesley Park perform H. Johnson's "Ain't Got Time To Die" (Guitar: Tezanos-Perez)

Description

Mariano Tezanos was world famous for the work of his father (same name) who stamped M. T. inside some of the greatest guitars from Ramirez during the 60s, 70s and 80s. Teodoro Perez also worked with Ramirez as one of his great artisans from the same period. These two veterans of the great Madrid style teamed up in 1991 to produce some great instruments with stunning materials.

Considering the quality of sound, materials, playability and workmanship, this "Maestro" model from 2002 is extremely hard to beat for this price range. The sound is very well balanced with clear singing trebles, and excellent rich, robust bases with great sustain. Condition is excellent with no damage or repairs, only some very minimial wear in the finish. With the beautiful rosewood sides and back, immaculate workmanship and big, Madrid-style sound, this is a great value for the price.

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