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Antonio Hermosa Classical Guitar, solid cedar

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Antonio Hermosa Classical Guitar, Solid Cedar Top
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Price: $164.99

  • Solid Cedar Top
  • Mahogany Back, Sides & Neck
  • Maple Binding
  • D’Addario Strings
  • Gold-Plated Tuners with Brown Pearloid Buttons

Product DescriptionThe solid cedar top guitar from Antonio Hermosa goes back to these first models give you the quality and craftsmanship, which in the 19th century, composers in Spain appealed. The solid cedar top is a need for a highly coordinated classical guitar, a warm, clear sound wood, some believe that it improves with age. This model comes with mahogany back, sides and neck, 3-way top-chip, maple binding and gold tuners. This is a great hands-standard performance.
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5 Responses

001: J. Jacobs,

February 20th, 2010 at 8:08 am

I ordered this guitar for my 7-year old daughter for Christmas – not being a guitar player myself, I was relying on the advice of a neighbor. He told me that my daughter’s first guitar should absolutely have nylon strings – in order to ease the pain on her fingers until her interest in the instrument solidifies. Anyway, I looked around for a nylon string guitar, but the guitar stores around where I live were out of them… so, I ordered from Amazon. The product description says “nylon strings” but when it arrived, it had 3 nylon strings and 3 steel strings. When I wrote to the company, their explanation was that it is a “classical” guitar, meaning it has 3 steel & 3 nylon. Many of you probably know that already, but I didn’t – and it certainly wasn’t clear (and still isn’t) in the product description. And so I’m a bit annoyed, because to ship it back is going to be costly, and the shipping to get it to me by Christmas was also not cheap. So… if you want all nylon strings, DON’T order this guitar.

002: S. Mo,

February 20th, 2010 at 8:36 am

We bought this guitar for our son for Christmas after reading the positive reviews. It’s better than the piece of junk you get from a toy store, but definitely not a real instrument. The strings do not hold tone – our boy still prefers to play with Daddy’s guitars. We kept this one just so the little one can bang it on the floor instead of the real guitars. Quite disappointed, I’d have to say!

003: Sarah Galperin,

February 20th, 2010 at 10:57 am

Amigo 1/2 Size Classical Guitar for Kids or Children

I was very surprised with the quality of the sound. If you are looking for a small guitar for your young child, this one is a very good bet. A real classical guitar for the price of a toy one.

004: Jorge Vargas,

February 20th, 2010 at 12:12 pm

I bought this for my kids and I ended up teaching my wife to play the guitar. It is actually an awesome little guitar for beginners and experienced players. Definite winner.

005: M. Horton,

February 20th, 2010 at 12:59 pm

When our son decided he wanted to take guitar lessons instead of piano like his older brother I was a little nervous. But we found a good classical guitar instructor and went shopping for his first guitar. I read every review for every 1/2 size guitar I could find here and other forums. I bought this one. My son loves it, but more importantly his teacher loves it. It is the perfect size for my 7 year old and it holds tune very well. The first few weeks he had it tuned everyweek because the strings were still streching, but it now sounds great. It has 3 nylon and 3 steel strings, typical for this type of guitar. If you are looking for a guitar for a serious student then this is the one. You’ll love it!

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