Flamenco Guitars

BLACK § WHITE FLAMENCO GUITARS


TASARDA (Dawn)     BLACK FLAMENCO GUITAR

 

This polyvalent guitar was designed for soloist musicians. Flamenco but also Classical, Jazz, Bossa Nova and even

Baroque music can be played. Typical Flamenco construction, the Tasarda is a very easy-playing Flamenco guitar.

It projects clearly and is extremely responsive. 

 

Top                       Alpine Spruce         

Back and sides     Indian Rosewood

Fingerboard          Ebony

Neck                     Cedro

Bridge                  Rio Rosewood

Finish                   Nitro or French schellac

 

Magazine "Guitarist Acoustic Classic n°1"

Vidéo with Cécile Joly



ERACHI (Starry night)     WHITE FLAMENCO GUITAR

 

Pure Flamenco guitar with typical sound. This instrument balances well with dancers and singers.

The Erachi is very light, resonant and has immediate sound with full open mediums.

 

Top                       Alpine Spruce         

Back and sides     Mediterrannean Cipress

Fingerboard          Ebony

Neck                     Cedro

Bridge                  Rio Rosewood

Finish                   Nitro or French schellac

 

Magazine "Guitarist Acoustic Classic n°1"

Magazine "Guitare Classique n°56"

 



DJANGO     PLUGGED FLAMENCO GUITAR

 

Django is a very well balanced guitar. These Flamenco Concert model was designed to Professional players.

RMC polydrive system was used. The sound is amazing, very natural without deformation.

Moreover, it is larsenless.

 

Top                       Alpine Spruce         

Back and sides     Macassar Ebony

Fingerboard          Ebony

Neck                     Cedro

Bridge                  Rio Rosewood

Finish                   Nitro or French schellac

 

 

 


CRAYISA (small queen)     Flamenca Negra

 

Queen of the flamenco "negras" guitar, the Crayisa model joins together
all required qualities: balance, roundness, deepness, acute notes and precision.
Rio rosewood is the best wood for guitarmakers,
However, it is a fragile wood, fissionable and protected since 1992.
Nowadays, the speculation on this wood is important.

 

Top                       Alpine Spruce         

Back and sides     Indian rosewood

Fingerboard          Ebony

Neck                     Cedro

Bridge                  Rio Rosewood

Finish                   French schellac