La Cañada "Model 17A"

The "Model 17A" ("A" for "antiqued" look) is based largely on an 1864 Torres, known as "FE 17" - the earliest of Tarrega’s 3 Torres instruments that he would play throughout his career. This is a charming, first-epoch style guitar with a slightly more compact body size and shorter scale length.

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Paolo Coriani "1907 Enrique Garcia"

This guitar by Paolo Coriani is a near-exact "bench copy" of a 1907 Enrique Garcia that Paolo had for a time in his workshop and was able to study in every minutia of detail. It has a romantic, lyrical quality to it with a deep bottom-end, much like the original instruments from Enrique Garcia.

Orfeo - 34 Classical Guitars in Life Size

"They are outstanding instruments, which I have had the privilege to encounter while preparing my photo essays for Orfeo Magazine, and which are housed in collections in France, Spain, Italy, Germany and the [US]." - Alberto Martinez

Miguel Rodriguez (ex Pepe Romero)

This guitar is a monster of a blanca built in the 3rd decade both of this guitar maker’s career and of the 20th century. Although it was built in the mid-1920s, it has all the punch and power normally associated with the great mid-century Andalucian flamencos.

Eric Sahlin

This 1995 is an absolutely stunning example of Sahlin's finest work from this period. Rich, clean and incredibly powerful, the tone projects with great separation and color. It is lightly but solidly built, giving it a lively character.

Jake Fuller "Purnell"

This is an excellent and very impressive guitar all around - our second CSAR model from this very fine maker, and it's lovely to see one after having had several others made with a myriad of woods.
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