Greg Smallman (ex Ben Verdery)


This is another fine example of a classic Greg Smallman, this one having been owned and recorded on by Benjamin Verdery on his duo album "First You Build A Cloud" (with Andy Summers of the Police) and also on "Start Now". These instruments are known for their great power and piano-like sustain and this guitar lives up to its reputation with ease.

Pepe Romero


Made by the son of the great guitarist of the same name. It has huge volume and extremely quick response. Although the tone is "classical", the response and playability is much like a southern Spanish flamenco guitar - likely due to its lightweight build, for its size.

German Vazquez Rubio "7-String"


G.V. Rubio has carefully crafted this seven stringed guitar with unique specifications to achieve maximum comfort and quality of sound. Materials were selected to achieve the utmost clarity and balance needed by any extended-range guitarist. Sound of this instrument is bold and powerful, with a rich, velvety texture to each note.

Memorial Day at GSI


This Memorial Day from Saturday, May 27th through Thursday, June 1st, you can finance the purchase of your next classical or flamenco guitar through Affirm at 0% APR, paid over 12 months. Not only is there no interest, but there are no hidden fees or charges of any kind.

Manuel Ramirez


This instrument was built the same year as Segovia's famous and iconic 1912 Manuel Ramirez (now housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, along with Segovia's 1937 Hauser I), and it appears to be very similar in dimensions and proportions to Segovia's guitar.

Dominik Wurth


This is a light-built guitar that achieves a fine compromise between a modern guitar and traditional Spanish style guitar. As with all of Wurth's instruments, this guitar plays easy, has immediate attack with a lively, full sound behind it and is just overall a joy to play.
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