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Used Classical & Flamenco Guitars For Sale

paulino-bernabe-strings-adThe guitars in this section are listings with us, sold on commission. We do not, however, accept every guitar offered us. As we cannot examine many of these instrument directly, we use a questionnaire and photos to judge its condition, and accept only those appear to be in good condition, and that we feel we can represent well. The owner sets the price,  so we will present any offer made to the owner. We act as a middleman in the transaction: assuring both the seller that payment is made, and the buyer that the guitar will be shipped.

RETURN POLICY: Buyers have a 48 hour inspection period in which to let us know if they intend to return the guitar.  If this option is excersized, once returned to the owner in the same condition as sent, full refund would be made. 

Search our inventory of used, fine handmade classical and flamenco guitars, and feel free to ask us any questions you may have about them.  

Featured Guitars

1962 Vda y Sobrinos de Domingo Esteso, Concert Flamenco Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Spanish Cypress
Price: $6,950.00

This 1962 Viuda y Sobrinos de Domingo Esteso concert flamenco guitar is from the heyday of the Hermanos Condes, when the three brothers Felipe, Mariano, and Julio worked together in the Garvina 7 shop established by their uncle Domingo Esteso (1887-1937).

1952 Marcelo Barbero, Concert Flamenco Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Spanish Cypress
Price: $15,000.00

Marcelo Barbero was born in Madrid in 1904. Marcelo was trained by José Ramirez II, and gave José Ramirez III his initial lessons in guitar building. When Santos Hernandez died in 1943, Marcelo went to his widow to see about taking over her husband's old shop.

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2010 Manuel Adalid, Viviana Professional Flamenca Negra Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: $2,000.00

Manuel Adalid (b. 1951) is a second generation luthier, and head luthier at Esteve. He is widely respected in Spain as among the most experimental and innovative guitar makers in Spain. Although the Esteve makes production guitars, Manuel Adalid maintains his own workshop within Esteve, where he carries on experiments and personally makes the guitars that he sells under his own name.

1955 Andrew Tatay Tomas, Concert Classical Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Walnut (Nogal)
Price: $2,000.00

Andrew Tatay Tomas was one of Vicente Tatay Alabau (b. 1869-c.1950) three sons. His father was the founder of Tatay guitars, and built the firm up to a factory that employed twenty-five workmen. In 1935 when his father moved his workshop in Valencia to the Calle Lierato Azorin no 13, Andrew decided to go to America, where he opened a workshop in New York.

1998 Martin Proteau, 1865 Torres Model Concert Classical Guitar

Top: Canadian Cedar
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: $2,000.00

$2,000 - This guitar is in Canada, so the price is expressed in Canadian dollars.

Martin Proteau is a Canadian maker who was trained at the Ecole de Luthierie Artisique du Noroit.

c.1870 Antonio Carlos Garcia, La Madridlena

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Walnut (Nogal)
Price: $2,500.00

Antonio Carlos Garcia was a luthier making guitars and bandurrias active in Madrid circa 1860-1880s. This Spanish guitar was made for Alban Voigt & Co. who according to its label. was Garcia's  distributor in Great Britain.

1967 Vicente Camacho, Garrido Concert Flamenco Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: European maple
Price: $2,500.00

Vicente Perez Camacho was born  in Madrid in 1928. Like so many guitar makers of his epoch he apprenticed first as a cabinet maker, beginning his working life when he was eleven. In 1952, he decided to apprentice with Modest Borreguero (1901-1969, one of the famous guitar makers to come out of the Manuel Ramirez workshop, who he had known since 1943.

2010 Salvador Castillo, Flamenca Negra

Top: European spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: $2,500.00

Salvador Castillo (b.2006) is one of the rising stars among luthier from Paracho, Mexico. He is the son of the guitar maker, Ramiro Castillo Barajas, and has also worked closely with Abel Garcia.

c. 1910 Juan Estruch , Classical Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Figured South American rosewood
Price: $2,500.00

In 1880 Juan Estruch Rosell  (b. 1855-d.1920) opened a workshop n Barcelona. His life long vision was to build a guitar of such high quality that it would establish it as a concert instrument.

2009 Jesús Bellido, 2a Concert Classical Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: €2,600.00

2009 Jesus Bellido 2a Concert Classical Guitar, (cedar top). Jesus Bellido is the son of Manuel Bellido, and a fine luthier in his own right. This 2a concert classical guitar is model that has everything one could ask for in a concert guitar: power, great tone, and character- a wonderful, vibrant, full-bodied basses, and substantial lovely singing trebles, at a great price.

2001 Rodrigo Moreira, Concert Classical Guitar

Top: Alaskan yellow cedar
Back & Sides: Brazilian
Price: $2,875.00

Rodrigo Moreira is a Brazilian luthier, whose guitars are becoming well-known, and now sell new for $4500-5000. Although he learned his craft in Brazil from his grandfather, he now resides in Massachusetts.  He is also the president of the Brazilian Rosewood Foundation which exports legal Brazilian rosewood from stumps left over in old logging areas.

2003 Lorenzo Pimentel, Grand Concert Cutaway

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: $3,000.00

The Pimentel shop is in Albuquerque New Mexico was established in 1951 by Lorenzo Pimentel. Lorenzo died in 2010, but his sons continue to build. This  2003 Lorenzo Pimentel, model Grand Concert, Cutaway, was built by Lorenzo-- and is signed by him.

1999 Renzo Zenobi, Archlute copy of Matteo Sellas, 1639.

Top: Italian spruce
Back & Sides: Maple
Price: €3,000.00

This 14 course string archlute was made by Renzo Zenobi in 1999. It is a copy Matteo Sellas in Venice in 1639 that presently is in the Museo della Musica in Bologna. The lute is in excellent condition overall, and the state of the finish is good.

2000 Renzo Zenobi, Model 1639 Mattias Sellas 14 Course Archlute

Top: Italian spruce
Back & Sides: Yew
Price: €3,000.00

This 14 course archlute was made by Renzo Zenobi, a luthier in Rome. It is a copy of an archlute made by Mattias Sellas in 1639 which resides in the Museo della Musica in Bologna. It can be tuned in A (a'=415) or G (a' =440).

1993 Pedro Maldonado, 1a Concert Flamenco Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Spanish Cypress
Price: $3,000.00

Pedro Maldonado Sr was born in Loja, Granada in 1929. The son of a carpenter while still a boy he developed a great affection for the guitar. At nine, he was already cutting wood in the shape of guitars in his father's workshop.  Because of the Spanish civil war, his education was interrupted, and he was not able to finish school until 1946.

1966 Vicente Camacho, Garrido Concert Guitar

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Brazilian Rosewood
Price: $3,000.00

Vicente Perez Camacho was born  in Madrid in 1928. Like so many guitar makers of his epoch he apprenticed first as a cabinet maker, beginning his working life when he was eleven. In 1952, he decided to apprentice with Modest Borreguero (1901-1969, one of the famous guitar makers to come out of the Manuel Ramirez workshop, who he had known since 1943.

1974 Miguel Gonzalez Abad, Concert Classical Guitar

Top: Aged German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: €3,000.00

Manuel Gonzalez Abad, nicknamed, El Cojo, was born in Almeria in 1906, and died in the same in 1989, and was the father of Juan Miguel Gonzalez.

1990 Lorenzo Pimentel, Grand Concert

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Figured South American rosewood
Price: $3,000.00

Lorenzo Pimentel, born in Durango, Mexico 1929, made his first guitar at age 15 in a Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, workshop under the guidance of two brothers. In 1951 Lorenzo and his wife Josefina established Pimentel Guitars  They moved to Albuquerque in 1963 with a few hand tools, founded Pimentel & Sons Guitar Makers Inc.

1990 Lorenzo Pimentel, Grand Concert

Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: indian rosewood
Price: $3,000.00

Lorenzo Pimentel (1928-2010) was a luthier in New Mexico who began building guitars in 1950. This lovely custom made guitar was made personally by Lorenzo Pimentel in 1990, and is his grand concert model.

1992 Josep Ferré, Model C-3a, Classical Guitar*

Top: Cedar
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: $3,000.00

Josep González Farré was born in 1922 in Barcelona. He began his career as a cabinet-maker, but in 1954 turned to making guitars. From 1956 to 1964 he worked for the Juan Estruche factory.

2004 Martin Proteau, Estudio Model

Top: Alaskan yellow cedar
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Price: 3000.00 (CAND)

Martin Proteau is a Canadian maker living he Quebec, who was trained at the Ecole de Luthierie Artisique du Noroit. This is his handmade Estudio model and is French polished.The guitar has had little play and is in mint condition.

2004 Martin Proteau, Estudio Model

Top: Alaskan yellow cedar
Back & Sides: Boubinga
Price: 3000.00 (CAND)

This guitar was made by Martin Proteau, a Canadian maker who  trained at the Ecole de Luthierie Artisique du Noroit and lives in Quebec. It is his Estudio Model, and is handmade, and French polished.

 
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