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Spain - Madrid
Spanish cedar - 51 mm
Body length : 460 mm - Body width : 250/210/320 mm - Body depth : 78/84 mm
1 093 g
Guitar restored by Guillermo Aguer. See pictures of the restauration. No intervention necessary: good sound performance and good playability.
Domingo Esteso (1882 - 1927) is one of the great luthiers of the beginning of the 20th century trained by Manuel Ramirez. In 1915, he settles in his own workshop Calle Gravina 7 in Madrid. He is considered one of the greatest masters in the history of Spanish guitar making.
This guitar, built in 1920, has been superbly restored by Guillermo Aguer who has preserved its sound qualities. See pictures of the restauration. The smaller size ( scale, neck width, body size) evokes a "Señorita" model. The musicality is incredibly charming and lyrical, the basses are deep and the trebles mellow, woody and colorful: an exceptional instrument!