As much as this is true in general, my cheap chinese flamenca is coated with a very thin very hard electrostatically distributed laquer (forgot the name of this technique) that is UV hardened and renders a very pleasant looking, robust and good sounding coating. It has a very good flamenco sound that many of the cheaper spanish flamencas can only dream of.Keith wrote: ↑Sun Jul 23, 2017 11:22 amthe problem with most lower end flamencos is that they are not all that flamenco. the guitars tend to be overbuilt and over coated. many lower end flamenco guitars are really blonde classicals.
by the way, there is a Cordoba/Loriente/GSI Carmen listed at the Bay for $1000. it could be a winner.
Hi thx for the rep, im looking for a sanchhis 1f used but i dont find something good, im still thinking buy a camps or a hermanos sanchis solea is like a 2fandreas777 wrote: ↑Sat Jul 22, 2017 7:44 amThere are different types of flamenca negras, some of them are constructed as flamenco guitars but with a rosewood back, and some of them are constructed as classical guitars but with a golpeador. I own a Camps Primera blanca. This guitar has a weight of only 1400g and is a pure flamenco guitar. If the negra version has the same construction as the blanca version, then I would not recommend to play classical pieces on it. Furthermore I own an Hermanos Sanchis Lopez 1f extra with a Pau Ferro back. This is also a flamenca negra but its construction is more like a classical guitar, and it has a weight of 1630g. Such a guitar would be a good choice to play both styles. The price of a new guitar is more on the €2500 level but you could buy a used one. (And I don't know the other guitar you mentioned, the Cordoba gk pro.)
Hi thx, im from spain, barcelona, and i cant get the guitar here, i saw the web page from francisco navarro but they dont delivered guitars to spain
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