Tradicional Guitar

(Handcraft Guitars)

This is the model from the 1960’s designed by José Ramirez III, to which we have incorporated new techniques of construction based on his experience and breakthroughs of his ancestors. Thus, with the Traditional Line, we keep our deep, sweet, potent, and rich in harmonics guitar sound.

The basic model has six strings. Nevertheless, it can also be built with 8 and10 strings.

We can also adjust it to flamenco, therefore becoming our model Tradicional “Serranito”.

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

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NEW GUITARS JOSÉ LUIS MONTÓN

As you already know the relationship between Casa Ramirez and its guitarists is very important, the friendship that develops over the years leads to endless chats that invite us to discover what they are looking for. From the first time José Luis had one of our...

SERRANITO FAREWELL TOUR 65 YEARS ON STAGE

    Víctor Monge Serranito has taken the brave decision to say goodbye to the stage and to his audience in a last great tour that began in the Paco de Lucía Festival in Algeciras and that has had its most important start in a festival and in a city very dear...

What are Ramírez handmade guitars?

If we take into account the meaning of craftsmanship as the "art and technique of making or elaborating objects or products by hand, with simple apparatus and in a traditional way", we are talking about very different concepts to objects made in series, as is done in...

Black-and-white photographs of our workshop in 1927

We recover these photographs of our historical workshop of Concepción Jerónima street number 2 published in Black and White in 1927. In them you can see José Ramírez II checking and revising the instruments as a teacher at that time. The best known official at that...

HANDMADE GUITARS VS. STUDIO GUITARS

In this video Cristina Ramirez uncovers this doubt that many of you usually have between these two product lines. In addition, the guitarist Adrián Baratech will give voice to two of the most representative models of each of the features. To sum up, the guitars that...