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Burguet Flamenco Guitar Model 2F

Product code: AA1334
£1,495.00
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Burguet Flamenco Guitar Model 2F

The Burguet Model 2F is a flamenco guitar made by Amalio Burguet since 1984. It is both easy and comfortable play, and is therefore a great choice of guitar for advanced flamenco students and skilled flamenco performers. The Burguet Flamenco Guitar Model 2F produces a bright and intense sound. This flamenco guitar is constructed from solid woods, including spruce for the top and cypress for the back and sides. The neck on the Burguet Flamenco Guitar Model 2F is made from cedar, whilst the fingerboard is made from ebony. It has a scale length of 650 and a nut width of 52mm. Both the nut and saddle are made from bone.

Features:

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back & Sides: Cypress
  • Neck: Cedar
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Finished Lacquer
  • Scale Length: 650 mm
  • Nut Width: 52 mm

About Amalio Burguet the Guitar Maker

Amalio was born in 1951 in Catarroja, a small town near the sunny city of Valencia. From a very young age he showed a great ability to make guitars. After working in various workshops, he soon became won over by the magic of the instrument with six strings - the Spanish Guitar.

In Valencia the tradition of producing the best guitars in the world had always existed, but at the same time he admired some guitars that were made by single guitarmakers. Using the best of both worlds to create a guitar within reach of everybody: Students and musicians.

During the conservatoire years, special attention was given to every detail associated with materials, temperature and humidity and the way of making the instrument.

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