Ken Kim wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 02, 2018 8:02 am
I just wonder which guitar you use. Your guitar sound nice too. I once thought to build my own but had better learn how to play well first. I'll start working on 01-04 right away. Look forward to seeing your opinion.
Ha, I have an Almansa 402 Cedro. It is an: "entry level guitar (with) A solid cedar top with good volume, tone and playability make this an excellent choice for the serious beginner. Handcrafted in Spain. Back and Sides: Laminated Mahogany Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood. Binding around top, back and sides. Width at nut: 52 mm Scale length: 65 cm" Not exactly on par with your instruments, but an excellent choice to practice on I think.
I have another guitar in my home in China but I forget what it is. Another entry level instrument.
My good guitar was stolen along with most of our prized possessions, so to replace it I am having one built by Fritz Mueller, see http://www.classicalguitars.ca/
This week I chose the wood. It will be a double top (European spruce on top and cedar on bottom), Indian rosewood sides and back, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard, blood-wood and abalone accents. It will eventually have Graf Tuners, something like this: https://www.graftuners.com/bauhausluckdrago.html
#. The guitar should be ready in a couple of months but the tuners not until July or August. I only hope that I will be good enough one day to do such an instrument due credit.
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