Manuel Ramírez

Handmade in our workshop with excellent quality wood and natural drying between 20 to 70 years, which increase the stability and enrich the sound quality of the instrument. The price includes Manzano handmade case with logo. These guitars are only made to order.

17.136,00

Madagascar rosewood / Brasilian rosewood

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Guitar built in José Ramírez’s workshop under the direction of Amalia Ramírez. It is a reproduction of the guitar (1912) built by Manuel Ramírez and is exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This guitar belonged to maestro Andrés Segovia and was played in his historic concert at the Ateneo de Madrid whose anecdote can be read at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY5g0XIDlos
Limited production instrument (30 copies) with a sweet, delicate sound and rich in shades, it evolves as the guitarist plays it. Its template is the one used by Manuel Ramírez at the beginning of the 20th century. It is made to order and you can consult us the modifications you want through our email so that we can study it and make a new budget: tienda@guitarrasramirez.com
Limited production instrument (30 copies) with a sweet, delicate sound and rich in shades, it evolves as the guitarist plays it. Its template is the one used by Manuel Ramírez at the beginning of the 20th century. It is made to order and you can consult us about the modifications you want through our email so that we can study it and make a new budget: tienda@guitarrasramirez.com.

Technical details

Additional information

Right/ left-Handed

Right ot left- handed

Top

Solid spruce

Back and sides

Solid Madagascar rosewood

Scale (mm)

654 mm

Fingerboard

Ebony

Bridge

Madagascar rosewood

Finish

Gomalaca

Headmachine

Rodgers specially designed headstock

Strings

Ramirez high tension 3rd in carbon

Nut and saddle

Bone

Nut width

52.5 mm

12th fret height

Prima 3.50 mm and sexta 4.50 mm (*approximate)