2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar


Maestro Model Concert Guitar
Location: Tucson
Make: J.B. Castelluccia
Model: Maestro Model Concert Guitar
Model Year: 2014
Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: Lacquer
Tuners: Rubner
Country: France
Condition: New
Location: in-stock Tucson, AZ
Note: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia) and would require a CITES permit to export.  

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2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar

2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar, front
2014 J.B. Castelluccia mod. Maestro, classical guitar--rosette
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar--headstock
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar, full front
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar, front
2014 J.B. Castelluccia mod. Maestro, classical guitar--rosette
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar--headstock
2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar, full front
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2014 J.B. Castelluccia Model Maestro Concert Classical Guitar

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Maestro Model Concert Guitar
Location: Tucson
Make: J.B. Castelluccia
Model: Maestro Model Concert Guitar
Model Year: 2014
Top: German Spruce
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: Lacquer
Tuners: Rubner
Country: France
Condition: New
Location: in-stock Tucson, AZ
Note: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia) and would require a CITES permit to export.  

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Jean-Baptiste Castelluccia is a third generation luthier, working in Paris.  Giambattista Castelluccia who established this workshop was part of a wave of Italian luthiers who came to Paris in the 1940s, opening a shop in 1946. Beginning in 1954, Giambattist's son, Jacques (b.1938), apprenticed with his father, and in 1961 took over. Jacques in turn trained his son, Jean-Baptiste, who by the time he was 13 built his first guitar. In 1998. Jean-Baptiste took over the shop. Having grown up during period of enormos research and innovation focused on the sonority of the classical guitar Jean-Bautiste guitars are not only influenced by his father, and grandfather, but take inspiration from those of Robert Bouchet and Ignacio Fleta. The Model Maestro is a one of his new models-- and reflects his desire to make superb sound and playablity affordable