|Country :||Spain - Madrid|
|Scale length :||650 mm|
|Back & side :||Indian rosewood|
|Fingerboard :||Ebony - 53 mm|
|Body length :||488 mm|
|Body width :||285/240/365 mm|
|Body depth :||
|Weight :||1 659 g|
|Condition :||Very good (more details on request)|
|Price :||On demand|
This exceptional Ignacio Fleta e Hijos 1972 was owned by the Franco-Uruguayan guitarist Oscar Cáceres. Cáceres was born in Montevideo in 1928, he moved to France in 1967, and in 1972 he founded the guitar class at the International Music University of Paris. This guitarist, who passed away in 2021, left a deep imprint on the history of classical guitar, both in terms of interpretation and the many recordings he made, as well as in regard to his teaching.
Ignacio Fleta (1897-1977) is one of the greatest luthiers of the 20th century. Other great names of the classical guitar have played on these guitars: Andrés Segovia, Alirio Díaz, Turibio Santos, John Williams, Ángel Romero, Alberto Ponce, Eduardo Falú and many others ( this 1972 guitar was built the same year as John Williams'). It is a very lively instrument, the tone is of great beauty, colorful and expressive notes.