Named as such for being inspired on the great instruments of that epoch. The sound of the great soloists that ruled the concert guitar those years: John Williams, Alirio Díaz, Christopher Parkening, Oscar Ghiglia and, of course, Andrés Segovia.
Inspired by the guitars of Ignacio Fleta, this model is an updated guitar with more clarity and playability than the older ones. Built with an asymmetric nine fan bracing and reinforced sides and back, this guitars offer a full rounded sound, with great sustain and clarity.
This guitar is designed for those who want enough volume to fill a large hall, and at the same time, for the player who wants different nuances and colors in his playing.
The neck is also reinforced with ebony to avoid deformations produced by the tension of the strings, moreover, this added ebony mass contributes to the sustain.
A sound as years went by is considered as a “classic” guitar sound.
Top: German spruce or Engelmann. Red cedar. Sitka spruce.
Back and sides: Indian rosewood, pau ferro, padouk, walnut, ovankgol, cocobolo and maple.
Neck: Brazilian cedar or mahogany. Maple (optional for back and sides maple models).
Fingerboard: African ebony.
String lenght: 650 mm. (660 y 640mm optional).
Body lenght: 499 mm.
Upper boat width: 286 mm.
Waist width: 237 mm.
Lower boat width: 357 mm.
Nut width: 52 mm. (Any other measure without charge).
Thickness on the first fret: 21mm.
Thickness on the twelfth fret: 26 mm.
XX fret: Optional.