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In Stock - SKU: GUCLFER-04264 - Antonio Raya Ferrer

2007 Antonio Raya Ferrer CD/IN

Year 2007
Top Cedar
Back & Sides Indian Rosewood
Scale Length 650 mm
Nut width 52 mm
Finish French Polish
Country Spain
Condition Excellent
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$5,000.00

Description

Granada-born luthier Antonio Raya Ferrer is the son of Antonio Raya Pardo and the great-grandson of Eduardo Ferrer (builder of Segovia's first concert guitar). From his childhood he has worked alongside his father, who is one of the legends in the Granada school of guitar making. This guitar is very impressive - it has a deep bottom end, and rich, textured trebles. Playability is fantastic and the overall character makes it a very inspiring guitar to explore on. It also has substantial volume and would work beautifully on the concert stage. Apart from some minor wear in the finish, the guitar is in excellent condition.

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2007 Antonio Raya Ferrer CD/IN

Bach's "Sarabande from Harpsichord Partita #1" played by Thomas Riamon on a 2007 Antonio Raya Ferrer

Description

Granada-born luthier Antonio Raya Ferrer is the son of Antonio Raya Pardo and the great-grandson of Eduardo Ferrer (builder of Segovia's first concert guitar). From his childhood he has worked alongside his father, who is one of the legends in the Granada school of guitar making. This guitar is very impressive - it has a deep bottom end, and rich, textured trebles. Playability is fantastic and the overall character makes it a very inspiring guitar to explore on. It also has substantial volume and would work beautifully on the concert stage. Apart from some minor wear in the finish, the guitar is in excellent condition.

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