Thanks to this forum and the AGF forum, I've finally made the transition from acoustic guitar to a flamenco guitar. I played my acoustic for 3 years, and for about half of that I had been wondering if I actually prefer the Spanish guitar sound. I live in Spain now after all. I purchased a crossover a few months ago and from there, it was an obvious decision. I've quickly adapted to a 52mm nut, I like the extra space and can still thumb wrap that 6th string. Here is a recording I made using my USB AT2020 microphone and my wife's mac (not the best, but the best we have).
I tried out some flamencas, and really liked the brand Camps. I liked the primera, it was punchy and fun, but in the end I wanted the negra as it is more versatile (and had better bass) when I play my varying repertoire of blues, folk, strumming songs, John Fahey, Joseph Spence etc. I couldn't be happier as the guitar really has a nice tone and is very even over all the strings. I'm using the basses that came with it, and Savarez Alliance trebles.
Camps Primera Negra A
Camps Primera Negra A, Cordoba Mini M, NeckUp,
Music I play/am learning currently: Bert Jansch, John Fahey, Joseph Spence, Ali Farka Touré, Bob Dylan, Santaolalla