Esteve Manuel Adalid Mod 12 Pau Ferro / Spruce Top Classical Guitar
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Esteve Model 12 - stunning all-solid high end handmade Classical guitar.
A beautiful and big sounding Concert Classical Guitar from Manuel Adalid in Valencia, Spain.
This guitar has the power and volume of many modern guitars but with a musical character that sometimes only a Spanish made instrument can have.
Beautiful Pau Ferro back and sides, Spruce top and ebony fingerboard.
A lot of guitar for the money.
Manuel Adalid Classical Guitar Model 12 Cedar w/Pau Ferro
Model Adalid Classical Guitar – Model 12
Scale 650 mm
Sides/Back Pau Ferro also known as Santos Rosewood, Bolivian Rosewood
Head Plate Pau Ferro
Neck Spanish Cedar
Tuners Gotoh Tuning Machines
Nut Width 52mm
Overall length 39″
Body length 19 1/2″
Upper bout width 11 1/2″
Lower bout width 14 1/2″
Body depth 3 7/8″ Upper Bout & 4 1/4″ Lower Bout
String Spacing 43mm – 50mm- 58mm (1st – 12th – Bridge)
Case Black Humicase Protege Hardshell Case or Guardian HSC
A WORLD OF TRADITION
Since our foundation in 1957, the quality and attention to detail have been our reason for being, which together with the incorporation of new technologies and the work of our craftsmen have made ESTEVE guitars an internationally renowned company.
Located south of Europe along the Mediterranean Sea, Valencia Spain is home to the prestigious ESTEVE craft workshop. In 1957 Francisco Esteve, Manuel Antonio and Monfort Adalid decided to create a guitar workshop and begin their journey in the construction of musical instruments. ESTEVE guitars are known and appreciated throughout the world for their tone and excellent finish, by the high quality materials used and for that rare combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern techniques used in the construction process. The result is a Spanish guitar with soul that gives inspiration to players around the world.
MANUEL ADALID MODEL 12
Manuel is the son of the founder of the well respected Spanish brand Esteve. Manuel become their cheif Luthier in 1980 after his father retired and he went on to become one of Spains most respected Flamenco Luthiers. His guitars are traditional sounding instruments with modern ideas in the wood and carbon fibre bracing. If you are looking for a classical guitar on the next level. Look no further then the model 12. This model is a Spruce/Pau Ferro combination, and comes with a Esteve hardshell case.