FLAMENCO GUITAR BY JOSÉ RAMÍREZ (MANUEL CÁCERES)
Flamenco guitar built by Jose Ramírez dynasty, founded by Jose Ramírez de Galarreta y Planet, born in Madrid in 1858. He opened his workshop in 1890 on the street Concepción Jerónimo, 2, and he and his descendants worked there until 1995.
- YEAR: 1966
- SIDES AND BACK: Cypress
- SOUNDBOARD: Cedar
- VARNISH: Lacquered
- SCALE LENGTH: 657 mm
- CONDITION: Very Good
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|SIDES AND BACK
Chopsticks – Original
|HEIGHT OF STRING ON 12th FRET
|HEIGHT OF STRING ON BRIDGE
Flamenco guitar built by Jose Ramírez dynasty, founded by Jose Ramírez de Galarreta y Planet, born in Madrid in 1858. He opened his workshop in 1890 on the street Concepción Jerónimo, 2, and he and his descendants worked there until 1995. His guitars have been praised by the best guitar players, both of flamenco and classical music, among which we can find Serranito, Paco de Lucía, Enrique de Melchor or Jose Antonio Rodríguez.
This guitar has the initials MC sealed. These refer to the officer who built this guitar, Manuel Cáceres.
The selection of woods used for this instrument is cedar of exceptional sound quality that has been under a cure that lasted several years for the soundboard, and cypress of stunning beauty and features for the body (sides and back), its grain straight and uniform.
Thanks to the selection of woods Jesús de Jiménez used on this instrument, its sound is exquisite to the ears of both amateurs and professionals of flamenco, offering exquisite depth and power on the bass strings, together with brilliant and crystalline trebles, as well as great harmonic balance between bass and treble, giving it its typical and unmistakable sound.
This guitar offers perfect comfort on both of the guitarist’s hands.
The pulsation of this guitar is of medium tension with the strings at the perfect height for performance.
The guitar is in a very good condition, it only has a couple of cracks on the back, and it has been revarnished.