2018 Rafael Fuentes Model XXI century concert classical


Maker: Rafael Fuentes
Year:  2018
Number:  11
Model: XXI CENTURY
Label signed:  yes
Top: Western Red Cedar
Back and sides: Pau Ferro
String Scale: 650mm
Width at nut in mm:  52.7 mm
Machine Tuners: Rubner (Hauser style)
Finish: French polished
Country of Manufacture: Spain
Location: Spain
Condition: NEW
CITES: None of the woods in this guitar require CITES permits to be imported or exported.
NOTE: This guitar has been listed by the maker, and is in Spain. It is priced in US dollars, but does not include shipping costs.

2018 Rafael Fuentes Model XXI century concert classical

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2018 Rafael Fuentes Model XXI century concert classical

5,800.00

Maker: Rafael Fuentes
Year:  2018
Number:  11
Model: XXI CENTURY
Label signed:  yes
Top: Western Red Cedar
Back and sides: Pau Ferro
String Scale: 650mm
Width at nut in mm:  52.7 mm
Machine Tuners: Rubner (Hauser style)
Finish: French polished
Country of Manufacture: Spain
Location: Spain
Condition: NEW
CITES: None of the woods in this guitar require CITES permits to be imported or exported.
NOTE: This guitar has been listed by the maker, and is in Spain. It is priced in US dollars, but does not include shipping costs.

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Rafael Fuentes was born in Valladolid (Spain). He graduated as an electronic engineer from the Polytechnic University School of Valladolid and is an autodidact guitar player. Rafael studied classical and electric guitar construction with the renowned Chilean guitar-maker Marco Buitano, and received additional expert advice from José Luis Romanillos about traditional guitar-making in the style of Antonio de Torres, Santos Hernández and Manuel Ramírez. He now works in the construction and repair of both classical and flamenco guitars at his studio in Valladolid Spain. Rafael combines traditional methods with other more innovative ones. These include the analysis of the physical-mechanical parameters involved in sound, and experimentation with guitar models from various schools and traditions.

This guitar has been listed by the maker and is in new condition. The set up at the 12th fret is 3.7mm and 3.0 mm on the 6th and 1 strings respectively.

Note: This guitar is in Spain, but contains no woods which require CITES permits to be imported or exported. It is priced in US dollars. The price does not include shipping costs.