Centenario Guitar

Centenario Guitar

This guitar is built in commemoration of the first centennial of the firm, founded in 1882. It is an instrument with very limited production and only the very finest woods, chosen for their beauty, are used in its construction.

This guitar can also be ordered with the Camara fan design.

From 2015, all José Ramírez Professional Guitars can be ordered with a thinner neck, which thickness is 1,9 cm to 2,00 cm on the second fret.

Description

Cuban Mahogany purfling. Adornment piece embedded in the head-stock with Boxwood. Inlay of Ebony on the verge of the part superior of the head. Extremity of the bridge carved.

The basic model has six strings. Nevertheless, it can also be built with eight and ten strings.

All guitars are built with Red Cedar top, Indian Rosewood sides and back.  All guitars have an Ebony fingerboard and Cedar neck with carbon fiber reinforcement inside the neck and precision machine heads.  Flamenco models are built with Cypress or Indian Rosewood sides and back. Machine heads (or wooden pegs are specified on order).  (German Spruce top and Madagascar Rosewood sides and back prices available upon request).

Additional information

Scale Length

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No. of Strings

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Top Wood Construction

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Back and Sides

Fingerboard

Neck

Bridge

Nut and Saddle

Finish

Machine Heads

Headstock

Strings

Included Accessories

Camara Fan Design