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Flamenco

Volkert Classical Cutaway Crossover Guitar, 1994

Volkert Classical Cutaway Crossover Guitar, 1994

Here we have a custom order Volkert classical, cutaway and crossover guitar, signed and dated to 1994 at the Volkert shop in Lauf an der Pegnitz. This guitar was designed for the player’s needs, which included playing Gypsy Jazz and Flamenco styles. This interesting, well built guitar has a Florentine cutaway and, very unusually for a classical, a 14-fret neck!  Because of the player’s needs, full Golpeador or Tap Plates were installed to protect the top. 

Used
Price: $1200 CAD
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‼️Reduced‼️ Alhambra 7P CW E5 Cutaway Classical Guitar, 2012

‼️Reduced‼️ Alhambra 7P CW E5 Cutaway Classical Guitar, 2012

Handcrafted using solid woods, the Alhambra 7P CW E5 Cutaway Classical features a Red Western Cedar top model paired with Indian Rosewood for the back, sides, bridge and head plate. The neck is Mahogany, with Ebony for the fingerboard and neck stiffener. Body blocks and linings are Mahogany, with Spruce for the top bracing.

Used
Price: $1350 CAD
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Alhambra 7FS CT E2 Thinline Cutaway Flamenco Guitar Natural, 2010

Alhambra 7FS CT E2 Thinline Cutaway Flamenco Guitar Natural, 2010

The Alhambra 7FS takes Flamenco into the future with a cutaway thin (CT) body and a Fishman Prefix Pro Blend (E2) dual pickup and microphone system. The 7FS model has been replaced by the 7FC, with updates to the bracing system and appointments.

Used
Price: $1200 CAD
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Eduardo Ferrer Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1970

Eduardo Ferrer Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1970

Flamenco has very deep roots in Spanish culture and there have been many influential Spanish builders of both and Flamenco and Classical guitars. There are two basic types of Flamenco models, Blanca and Negra – light and dark. Flamenco Blanca guitars are typically built using Cypress for the back and sides, a light, brilliant wood while Flamenco Negra instruments often use Palisandro, more commonly known as Rosewood.

Vintage
Price: $1999 CAD
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Jean Larrivee Classical Guitar, 1974

Jean Larrivee Classical Guitar, 1974

Here we have a Jean Larrivee classical guitar with Cedar top and Indian Rosewood back and sides, built during 1975 at the Toronto shop. At this time, Larrivee and others were working with the late Edgar Monch, who was still in Toronto and the influences are visible on this Hauser style guitar. Jean Larrivee has been one of the more influential Canadian guitar builders. Building his first instruments in his home in Toronto during the late 1960’s, Larrivee worked with and learned from Monch. As his interest, skill and collection of tools and wood increased, he moved to ever-larger quarters and attracted his own trainees.

Vintage
Price: $1800 CAD
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Jose Romero Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1995

Jose Romero Flamenco Blanca Guitar, 1995

This Jose Romero Flamenco Blanca guitar was built during 1995 at Romero’s shop in Madrid in the pattern of traditional Flamenco instruments. Jose Romero was born in Baeza (Jaén) during 1954 but his family soon moved to Madrid, and aside from his compulsory military service, has lived and worked there since. In 1968 Romero enrolled as an apprentice with José Ramírez.

Used
Price: $3800 CAD
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