Today I got my hands on a guitar made by José Giménez in 1984 (No.204, Turis-Valencia). I found very little information about this very luthier, but the guitar looked like nice so I took a chance.
What I know so far
: José Giménez is a Spanish builder from Valencia and he built around 600 guitars. He always worked alone, although he shared workshop with Joaquin Garcia for a period of time. He made everything from scratch except the tuners. His guitars rarely hits the market.
The rosette is hand drawn before the top was (what looks to be) french polished, very nicely done. The craftsmanship is excellent and a lot of work has obviously been put into this guitar. It's all solid woods. The guitar is built to work with low action. Inside the bracing is floating on the bottom and 7-fan on the top. The tuners are most likely original Fustero.
: This must be the most easy playing classical guitar I have ever tried, even easier than my Kohno 1965. The neck is fairly slim, something I usually don't like. But in combination with the low action it actually works. The sound is smooth and cosy without being dull. This will be my first choice for gentle and beautiful pieces from now on. It will work very well as a practice or late night playing guitar as well. Or... just as it is.
It looks like this:
All the best from Sweden