Acoustic Guitar - Bernal Al-Andalus classical guitar

Acoustic Guitar listing typeFor Sale
Instrument number38787
Acoustic Guitar listedbefore 2017
Price (Euro)3500
Converted price (US$)$4268 (approx)

Description: Acoustic Guitar - Bernal Al-Andalus classical guitar

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This is an outstanding guitar made by a famous luthier in Andalucia.
The guitar maker is Valeriano Bernal from Algodonales (Cadiz Region).

The guitar for sale is his top model "Al-Andalus". It has a German Spruce top with
Brazilian rosewood back and sides along with very some beautiful detailing work.
The neck is honduras cedar with two reinforcing sections, the fretboard is ebony and
it has a wonderfull handcarved headstock.
The sound is big deep basses and beautifully bright trebles. The richness
and volume of the sound is amazing. It has a very easy action. I bought
this guitar back from Spain in 2002. It was manufactured in Jan 02 and
completely played in, in which case it sounds absolutely stunning.
This model is handmade personally by Valeriano Bernal and is signed and
numbered accordingly. It is built using traditional techniques of
construction to meet "modern" requirements of intonation, volume and
balance. Bernal's guitars are particularly sought after by
professionals, and have that edge that guitar players love, and an
endearing deep, dark tonality characteristic of guitars from Andalusia.
Playability is outstanding and effortless. This is a very "musical" guitar that is just
plain fun to play.

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Model: Valeriano Bernal concert classic guitar, Al-Andalus
Top: German spruce
Back: Brazilian Rosewood
Sides: Double sides of Brazilian Rosewood and Cypress
Fretboard: Ebony
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Finish: Lacquer
Country: Spain
Year: 2002

Location: Antwerpen - Belgium

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