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      Year:1927, guitar no. 205
      Description:spruce top, Indian rosewood back and sides
      Width at nut: 46 mm
      Scale length: 655 mm
      Status: Available
      Comments: A very comfortable guitar to play is in mint condition with an excellent tone and balance.

      Antonio Emilio Pascual, notable Spanish Luthier, was born in Alicante Nov 10, 1883, at 14 years of age was sent to Madrid and started working at the famous Manuel Ramirez shop from October 1897 to 1902 where he became an official of the shop. In 1909 he married and went to Buenos Aires where he continue building guitars for the top concert artists of that era.

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      Year: 1926, guitar no. 121.
      Description: Spruce top, back and sides Brazilian rosewood.
      Scale length: 650 mm.
      Width at the nut: 50 mm

      Comments: This guitar has 3 well repaired cracks on the top wit slight coat of French polish, the rest of the guitar is in excellent condition with great tone and balance.

      Francisco Simplicio one of the most highly regarded Spanish guitar makers of the 20th Century, was born in Barcelona, Spain in 1874, after working for many years as a cabinet maker he started working as an assistant to the famous guitar maker Enrique Garcia. When Enrique Garcia his master instructor passed away in 1922, Francisco Simplicio became the owner of the famous shop and started rising as one of the top makers in the industry, his fame came to the top when he won the prestigious prize at the International Exposition of Barcelona, Spain.

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      Year: 1928, guitar no. 209
      Description: Spruce top, back and sides Brazilian rosewood.
      Scale length: 50 mm
      Width at the nut: 50 mm
      Availability: in stock

      Comments: this guitar has a Tornavoz inside the sound box projects well has an excellent sound.

      Francisco Simplicio one of the most highly regarded Spanish guitar makers of the 20th Century, was born in Barcelona, Spain in 1874, after working for many years as a cabinet maker he started working as an assistant to the famous guitar maker Enrique Garcia. When Enrique Garcia his master instructor passed away in 1922, Francisco Simplicio became the owner of the famous shop and started rising as one of the top makers in the industry, his fame came to the top when he won the prestigious prize at the International Exposition of Barcelona, Spain.

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      Description:Spruce top, Cypress back and sides with wood pegs
      Width at nut: 50 mm
      Scale length: 654 mm
      Status: Available

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      Year: 1925
      Description: Spruce top, walnut back and sides Indian rosewood fingerboard
      Condition: Very good
      Scale length: 650 mm
      Width at the nut: 51 mm
      Availability: in stock

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      Year: 1932
      Description: Spruce Top, Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides, Ebony Fingerboard.
      Condition: Very good
      Scale length: 660 mm
      Width at the nut: 50 mm
      Availability: In stock

    • YEAR: 1977
      DESCRIPTION: Cedar top, Brazilian Rosewood back & sides
      CONDITION: Very Good Condition
      WIDTH AT NUT: 54mm
      SCALE LENGTH: 660mm
      STATUS: Available

       

      Paulino Bernabe Sr. (1932-2007)
      was the head artisan of the Jose Ramirez III workshop, his guitars are highly bought after by guitarist all over the world and collectors.
      This guitar has excellent quality of tone and volume. The top has two type of cedars, one with tight grain and the other half wide grain. Typical of Paulino Bernabe Sr. always experimenting and seeking to improve construction methods and tone qualities.

    • YEAR: 1839
      DESCRIPTION: Cedar Top, Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides, Ebony Fingerboard.
      CONDITION: Used
      WIDTH AT NUT: 48mm
      SCALE LENGTH: 660mm
      STATUS: Available

    • YEAR: 1925
      DESCRIPTION: Spruce Top, Brazilian Rosewood Back and Sides, Ebony Fingerboard.
      CONDITION: Used
      WIDTH AT NUT: 90mm at 11th String, 65mm at 8th String
      SCALE LENGTH: 645mm
      STATUS: Available