Handmade in our workshop with the wisdom acquired since José Ramírez I started in 1870 in Francisco González’s workshop. We use wood with an antiquity and natural drying between 10 to 70 years.
High quality guitars made in different Spanish factories with our designs and templates. Once finished, they are inspected and adjusted in our workshop undergoing a strict and rigorous quality control.
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If you want your handmade guitar to have special characteristics, contact us for a study and a budget. Do not miss the opportunity to create a unique and exclusive instrument made to measure.
Guitar makers since 1870.
Workshop founded in 1882.
Innovation and Professionalism.
Copy of the guitar José Ramírez I that belonged to the guitarist and composer Agustín Barrios and is currently on display at the Casa de la Música in Asunción, Paraguay. This guitar fell into a river, he recovered it and continued playing it as if nothing had happened.
Copy of the Manuel Ramírez guitar exhibited at the MET in New York that belonged to Andrés Segovia. This guitar is the protagonist of the famous anecdote that took place in the guitar shop, just before Segovia gave the historic concert at the Ateneo de Madrid that changed the history of the instrument.
Guitar developed by José Ramírez III in the 60’s with the collaboration of Andrés Segovia. It was a revolution in the world of the Spanish Guitar. It is an instrument of great sonority and rich in nuances. Many know it as model 1A, although this designates a class (quality) and not a model.
Limited edition guitar created by Amalia Ramirez for our 125th anniversary. Beautiful decoration in the mouth in which you can choose between two options: black and white or color . Each of these guitars has a unique drawing on the back of the head. Only 125 instruments will be made.
Guitar developed by José Ramírez I at the end of the 19th century at the request of the flamenco guitarists who worked in the cafés cantantes and tablaos flamencos that first appeared at that time. They needed an instrument with more power and body to be able to stand out in a flamenco group. It has a larger soundboard that allows a great sonority and that meant a great change with respect to the flamenco guitars of the time. Manuel Ramírez took this model and transformed it into the basis of the current flamenco guitar, which his disciples later continued to make with their own particularities.
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The Dirección General de Patrimonio Cultural presents Flamenco Chipén, an exciting exhibition that invites you to travel through the history of...
Together with her brother José Ramírez, Amalia Ramírez formed the fourth generation of Ramírez Guitars. However, when José passed away, she took...
One of the most frequently asked questions by guitarists is what kind of strings we recommend for our guitars. So, today we are going to answer this...