Thank you for your quick review and insight.dandan wrote:Just received the Toshihiko Nakade! Very different to the Rokaturo. It has that warm rich tone normally associated with instruments of the Madrid school. Not surprising really, considering he apprenticed with Hernandez y Aguado. The Rokaturo is definitely more of the Granada school. Both excellent guitars but personally I still prefer the Rokaturo, as its more versatile. The Toshihiko is better for certain pieces of South American repertoire.
I have only two Nakade's. Guess I am not a fan yet.dandan wrote:Bought another Nakade! 1966 Sakazo model d. Will be a few weeks before I get it though. I'm thinking of starting a Nakade fan club thread. Any interest? Might just be me!
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