A work of art indeed! A unique and exclusive collector's top concert guitar built by the expert hands of Manuel Rodríguez JR, his master grade guitar number 166, made with master grade woods (with more than 70 years when it was built) from the personal stock of Manuel Rodríguez I, Grand Father of MR Jr and founder of the workshop in 1905.
An impressive marquetry work with all the luxury and elegance beyond our expectations of a premium concert instrument.
Poetic sound, with many harmonics and colors. Great volume and projection. Balance, note separation, warm and sweet timbre. Pristine brilliant trebles and deep powerful basses.
An unforgettable sound full of refinement and poetry.
Year: 2005
Top: Cedar master grade
Back and sides: Indian rosewood master grade
Neck: Mahogany master grade with Ebony reinforcement
Fretboard: Ebony master grade
Bridge: Brazilian rosewood master grade, marquetry, bone and mother of pearl
Headstock front and back: Ebony
Tuners: Fustero with marbled buttons
String ties: Ebony
Lenght: 660 mm
Your purchase includes a hard case from Gator brand or other similar.
The shipment is by FedEx and is done very quickly, the same day of the purchase or the next day, depending on the time of the transaction.
To minimize customs costs, I declare a very low price on the commercial invoice.

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
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  • Master Grade Manuel Rodríguez JR
  • Gloss
  • 2005
Made In
  • Spain

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