- Type / luthier: Loriente/Cordoba classical Clarita
- Year of construction: 2015
- Scale length (mm): 650
- Nut Width: 52mm
- Made in Spain
- Top: solid Engelmann spruce with tight and uniform grains
- Back / Sides: Indian rosewood
- Neck: Spanish Cedar neck (with truss rod) / Traditional (Classical) Style Neck
- Fingerboard / (bridge): ebony / rosewood
- Sound: clear, balance, warm and sweet
- Condition: minty, almost new, no structure issues
- Price: $1100
- Viewing / trial possible: yes
- Location (nearest city): Seattle, WA
A Cordoba semi-hard case will be used for shipping protection. Buyer to pay the shipping cost.
The Cordoba Loriente Clarita Spruce Classical Acoustic Guitar has marbled cherry wood binding and simple design that is reminiscent of the early 20th century guitars of master luthier Domingo Esteso. Although less elaborate in detailing than the other models in the line, the Loriente Clarita is a true concert guitar with great warmth, sustain and presence. Perfect for both the stage and studio.
My Clarita is a stunning guitar both visually and tonally. The guitar is in almost new condition and has been well taken of and has virtually no play wear. There are some very minor/tiny chips and dings, scratches and swirls marks (just to be on the safe side). The frets are in nearly new condition but there are some very light fingering divots on the fingerboard itself. This guitar is constructed of a Spanish cedar neck, spruce top, a beautiful dark and dense ebony wood fingerboard and nicely grained rosewood back and sides. The guitar plays so light and easy. It is a traditional fan bracing. It's loud, tonally rich and complex and smooth with a sweet, clear treble response. Great projection and resonance. This is a true professional grade instrument.
This Clarita was bought as a birthday present to my son, last year (and he would rather stick with his steel string Yamaha folk guitar) - which have been 'played' (more like 'examined') for no more than 10 time. I have too many guitars, and spending 90% of the time with my '75 Sakazao Nakade No.3000, and the Clarita would be much happier with someone who will spent more time with her.
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