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Ramirez SPR Classical Guitar featuring Gordon O’Brien

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We’re continuing our review of the Ramirez guitar line, featuring Gordon O’Brien and Grant MacNeill. In this sequence Gordon and Grant are looking at the Ramirez SPR Model.

The Ramirez SPR classical guitar is based on the Semi-Professional, or SP model designed by Amalia Ramirez in 2002.

Amalia Ramirez created the SPR guitar as an intermediate model between the Ramirez Studio and Professional series classical guitars, partialy built at the all-solid-wood instrument for the serious student of classical guitar.

These instruments feature all solid wood construction, an asymmetrical 6 top-strut fan brace pattern, a unique custom soundhole mosaic rosette and custom Ramirez label. The headstock shape is the standard modern pattern associated with Ramirez guitars. These guitars are also available with MIDI outputs and with Fishman and Shertler transducer systems.

The design features are uniquely Ramirez in decoration, tone, and quality of sound and materials. Although their construction is not completely done by the Ramírez workshop, all guitars are inspected and adjusted in the Ramirez workshop by Ramirez craftsmen under Amalia Ramirez’s personal supervision.

Ramirez SPR guitars are reasonably priced yet high quality Spanish-made instruments and enjoy great popularity with serious students of the classical guitar. They are a reflection of the consistently excellent tone and balance of Ramirez guitars at any price level.

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And please visit Gordon O’Brien’s website!

  • Model: SPR
  • Year: Current
  • Class: New
  • Condition: Brand New
  • Date Posted: 21/03/2016

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