1989 Santos Bayon Concert Classical Guitar


Make: Santos Bayon
Model: Santos Hernandez style Concert Classical Guitar
Model Year: 1989
Top: German spruce
Back & Sides: South America figured (dalbergia) rosewood
Scale: 660mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: French polished
Tuners: Rubner (German) Hauser style machine heads
Country: Spain
Condition: Excellent
Location: Canada
Notes: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia) which requires a CITES permit if sold outside of Canada.

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1989 Santos Bayon Concert Classical Guitar

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1989 Santos Bayon Concert Classical Guitar

3,000.00

Make: Santos Bayon
Model: Santos Hernandez style Concert Classical Guitar
Model Year: 1989
Top: German spruce
Back & Sides: South America figured (dalbergia) rosewood
Scale: 660mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: French polished
Tuners: Rubner (German) Hauser style machine heads
Country: Spain
Condition: Excellent
Location: Canada
Notes: This guitar contains rosewood (dalbergia) which requires a CITES permit if sold outside of Canada.

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Santos Bayon Ruiz is the grand nephew of Santos Hernandez: the luthier in Manuel Ramirez' workshop who actually built Segovia's 1912 guitar, and whose flamenco guitars where used by almost all of the major players of his day. Santos Bayon continues to work in Santos Hernandez actual workshop which he inherited from his father, Feliciano Bayon, his teacher and very talented luthier in his own right.  This Santos Bayon is a superb concert classical guitar is very much in the tradition of Santos Hernandez, and is an exceptionally well-made classical guitar built of the finest rosewood and wonderfully aged spruce. It is in excellent condition, but does have one professionally repaired crack, along the central join of the two halves of the top, (where there is a fan brace anyway), the sound remains the same as ever. The guitar is set up well, and is comfortable to play. Among its nice features it has a full half 20th fret. Given its quality, I am sure that if this guitar were new, it would be probably priced well-over $8000. NOTE: this guitar is made with South American rosewood, so unless the seller is able to provide a CITES permit require for export, it can only be sold in Canada.