6.004-CD | Esteve Requintos requinto solid cedar top

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42358
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477,65 EUR


requinto solid cedar top, sapele b&s, rosewood fb and bridge, 535mm scale Esteve requinto guitars are traditionally used in classical ensembles but can be inspiring in other settings as well. Esteve make thier own cases. An additional wooden Esteve case will fit this instrument perfectly. The requinto guitar is typically tuned of fourth higher than a standard classical guitar, A D G C E A. With this tuning it will add a different colour to your acoustic band. Every Esteve guitar is handmade by the most experienced luthiers in Valencia, Spain. specs top wood: solid cedar back and sides wood: dark sapele fingerboard wood: Indian rosewood bridge wood: Indian rosewood neck wood: mahogany scale length: 535 mm neck joint: Spanish top nut width: 52 mm 12th fret neck width: 60 mm nut material: bone saddle material: bone upper bout width: 272 mm waist width: 229 mm lower bout width: 349 mm body length: 440 mm body binding: double white wood strings: La Bella L-AG10 finish: highgloss

A WORLD OF TRADITION Since our foundation in 1957, the quality and attention to detail have been our reason for being, which together with the incorporation of new technologies and the work of our craftsmen have made Guitars ESTEVE a company of international renown. With highly valued among our clients and artists who come to our product philosophy and all the passion and make them feel good with his art. OUR VISION In guitars ESTEVE see our product as a reflection of our dedication and good work. We like our guitars speak of us with each of the notes that are torn between their strings. Attend a concert and see how the public feels the art through our instruments is the greatest achievement and satisfaction that we can feel. The corporate culture of effort and a job well done. History In Valencia, a city located south of Europe and along the Mediterranean Sea is the most prestigious ESTEVE craft workshop SPANISH GUITAR. It was in 1957 when Francisco Esteve, Manuel Antonio Monfort Adalid and decided to create his first guitar workshop and begin their journey in the construction of this instrument. Later, Manuel Adalid son commits to boost ESTEVE name worldwide, incorporating new techniques in construction and design, adapting to the demands of the international market, but always keeping alive the spirit of traditional craftsmanship. The team of 52 craftsmen working in Esteve is its main asset. A group by vocation, years of experience and learning, love their work and enjoy every piece ending. Thanks to all this, ESTEVE guitars are known and appreciated throughout the world for its sound and excellent finish, by the noble materials they are made and for that rare combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern techniques used in its construction . ESTEVE, a Spanish guitar with soul that gives inspiration and skill of its interpreters purity and charm of their sound. Today, we are proud to show through these images, the old traditional process that supports us.