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Adalid Torres 650mm Spruce Top Classical Guitar

Product code: AA1864
RRP: £3,495.00   Our Price: £2,750.00
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Adalid Torres Classical Concert Guitar Spruce Top

The Adalid Torres Classical Concert Guitar Spruce Top guitar is an exact replica of the Torres guitar. For a spruce top it offers a warm and loose sound and an excellent balance of trebles and basses. The dimensions of the soundboard and neck makes it comfortable and easy to play. The 650mm Adalid Torres Classical Concert Guitar comes with a hard case to protect it from any bumps or scratches. London Guitar Studio manager Stephanie recommends this guitar!


  • Solid Spruce Top
  • Solid Indian Rosewood Back And Sides
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • Hard Case Included
  • Scale Length 650mm
  • Nut Width 52mm
  • Spanish Made Hard Case Included

Spanish luthier Manuel Adalid was born in Valencia in 1951, the son of Manuel Adalid Lazaro, one of the founding members of Guitarras Francisco Esteve. Having grown up in a guitar making environment and eventually apprenticing during his summers, Manuel did a degree in business at the University of Valencia. He opened a guitar distributorship later but after five years he retunred to the Esteve workshop to follow the guitar construction route. Guided by his father and Don Antonio Monfort he became a master luthier and eventually began managing the firm turning the wirkshop into a successful enterprise.

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