2012 Alberto Martin Ramos


Concert Flamenco Guitar
Location: Tucson
Make: Alberto Martin Ramos
Model: Concert Flamenco Guitar
Model Year: 2012
Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Cypress
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: French Polish
Tuners: Gotoh
Country: Spain
Condition: New 

 

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Concert Flamenco Guitar
Location: Tucson
Make: Alberto Martin Ramos
Model: Concert Flamenco Guitar
Model Year: 2012
Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Cypress
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: French Polish
Tuners: Gotoh
Country: Spain
Condition: New 

 

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Alberto Martin Ramos is a new find. Alberto was born in Malaga in 1977. He began building guitars at the age of 15 working a self-taught builder. In his late teens, he began an apprentice with the Chacon family in Malaga who make both guitars and instruments in the violin family. Led by his passion for the guitar, after several years with the Chacons he began taking specialized course on guitar making, including the Romanillo guitar making course. Alberto also studied with Carlos Gonzalez and Charles Besnoinou luthiers who specialize in antique instruments.  In 2002, Alberto open his own workshop, and specializes in making both classical and flamenco guitars as well as vihuelas, renaissance and baroque lutes. Among the classical players who play his guitars are Ruben Abel Pazos and Samuel Diz. In the world of flamenco, Paco Javier Jimeno and Pepe Ortega play his guitars. The distinctive rosette on this guitar was inspired by the mudejar style architecture of the Cordoba mosque. This flamenco guitar is just the sort of instrument that one wants for baile-- to accompany dansers and singers. It has the kind of rasp that cuts though the din of footwork and clapping, yet is capable of great sweetness, perfect for accompanying singers.