Top     Canadian cedar
Neck     Cedar
Back and sides     Indian resewood (double side)
Varnish     Natural lacquer
Fingerboard     Ebony
Scale     660 mm
Nut width     54 mm


Guitar Ramirez 1A cedar - year 1979

Guitar made by Ramirez III in his workshop in Madrid in 1979.

The guitar is in perfect condition for use and only shows the marks of use and the passage of time, which, however, do not affect the quality of its sound or its performance.

This guitar had a slight superficial crack on the back and in the interior of the top that was repaired around 10 years ago.
The guitar has been refreshed with its original varnish and now looks flawless.

This model is featured by its double side construction, which increases projection power and sustain.

Its sound is melodious, very warm and balanced. The 660mm scale of this guitar offers a special tone, with velvety and sweet basses, while the trebles are expressive and very well balanced.

The action is very comfortable. The nut is very well adjusted downwards and the bridge saddle is divided into two parts which allows a very low and comfortable action. In fact, it stands out in this aspect as a very comfortable and easy-playing guitar.

In short, a renowned concert guitar, belonging to a time of great splendor of the Ramirez workshop, and with a very warm and melodic sound and very easy-playability.

A guitar from an historic workshop and very well preserved.

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