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6-string Guitar

In the second half of the 19th century, Torres, and a few of his contemporaries, created a new basis for guitar construction, forming the standard, which still applies today. My extensive experience of guitar building, alongside these standards, has led me, over the years, to develop my own interpretation of the instrument. The guitar is equipped with an individual length compensation for each string, allowing for a maximum tuning tolerance of only 2 cent. This instrument features a wide dynamic spectrum, a clear and voluminous sound, excellent balance across its entire range and a rich sonic coloration.

Standard configuration
Soundhole: 85 mm
Scale legth: 650 mm
Top: Swiss Spruce
Back and Sides: Indian rosewood
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Ebony
Lacquer: French polish 
Neck width: Saddle 52 mm; 12th Fret 63 mm
Distance between strings: Saddle E/e 42 mm; Bridge E/e 58 mm
Neck thickness: 1th Fret 22 mm; 9th Fret 24 mm
Neck shape: C
Tuning machine : Alessi, black rollers
Scale lengths: 630 mm, 655 mm, 660 mm
Lacquer: special DD-Lacquer
Tuning machine: Rubner, Rodgers
Audiosystem: Boton
Back and sides: Brazilian rosewood; maple bigleaf, quilted, flamed. European maple
Customized neck shape
Left-hander guitar