Museum: Classical Guitars

Serial # 223516. We'd have to think hard about the last time a 40+ year old guitar showed up at the shop in this kind of condition...
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Serial # 107. Built in limited quantities between 2007 and 2012 in celebration of Ramirez's 125th year of guitar building, the 125...
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Another beautiful instrument from luthier Luis Feu de Mesquita, this Crossover features a 16" radiussed fingerboard that will appe...
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Serial 2/12. Oskar Graf's first classical models were styled after the guitars of Hermann Hauser, and the Hauser-inspired design...
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The 4E is Ramirez's the top of the line Estudio series instrument. It features hand mitred purflings, solid tonewoods, refined ma...
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Meticulously thought out and above-and-beyond aesthetic considerations were given to this Quebec-made classical guitar by Bruand....
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A professional-level concert classical guitar of the highest order, this de Jonge features quartersawn rosewood with mahogany-lami...
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Sergei de Jonge is something of a hallmark in the Canadian luthiery world, having built some of the finest concert-grade classical...
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A fairly early Sergei de Jonge concert classical, this guitar was built in 1981, about a decade into Sergei’s career. The instr...
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The Ramirez 2NE is a cedar topped Estudio line Ramirez designed by Amalia Ramirez and built with solid tone woods and unique Ramir...
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The stage-ready Ramirez 3CWE is a hybrid classical that offers a slightly easier playing feel than a traditional concert instrumen...
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Cervantes is a builder of fine classical guitars based in Southern California. Alejandro Cervantes has been both playing and worki...
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