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Vicente Tatay Tomas "A bit more luxury" 1970's natural

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Listed:a year ago
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Oosterhout, Netherlands
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Up for sale here a higher end model from the Spanish
luthier/ company Vicente Tatay Tomas. As on the label the
guitar neck is pointing to the right, the guitar can be dated
from before 1973. (source guitarrasvalencia.wordpress)

This guitar has been restored and is in good playing condition.
Some damages of use (check pictures) but nothing serious.
Some damage to the rosette which has been repaired but still
visible. No cracks in the soundboard. The guitar had a good
and now stable repair in the neck area. The fingerboard has
been refretted. Old repairs are stable now.

- Cedar fine grained soundboard.
- New frets with a normal to low playing action.
- Enough hight on the bridgebone to be lowered.
- Gold plated machine heads most likely original!
- Headform also found on their more expensive guitars
- Inner Spanish heel en reinforcements on the sides.
- Nice overall inlay work. Mahogany back and sides.
- A somewhat darker, pianolike tone. Good balance.
- Strangely enough two transverse bars on the top
   that modelwise can also be found in Esteve guitars.
- New bone topnut: Width 53 mm.
- Scale is 640 mm. So suited for smaller hands also.
- A nice and NOT chunky profile from the neck.
- Rosewood (Brasilian?) fingerboard.

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