For sale is a Teruaki Nakade Modelo CA 1969 Japan Classical Guitar in Good Condition! The beautifully aged top appears to be spruce, the back and sides are a Gorgeous rosewood of unknown origin

This beautiful hand built classical was made by Japanese master builder, Teruaki Nakade who is Sakazo Nakade's son. Teruaki traveled to Spain and studied under Ramirez in the 1950s. Bringing his new training back to Japan, Teruaki produced some of the finest classicals to come out of Japan. Anyone who knows the history of the Nakade family, will understand that any classical with the last name Nakade on it, is very high quality.

Featuring all solid woods, this classical puts out some incredible tone and balance. Must be played to fully appreciate!

Some cracks professionally repaired along with the frets being dressed by local luthier Charles Dick.

Case: Hard

Scale Length: 660mm

Nut Width: 51.2mm

Frets Remaining: 9/10

Action at 12F (1st): 4mm

Action at 12F (6th): 3mm

Weight: 1574grams

Overall Condition: 7/10

Cool Factor: 11 out of 10

USA Seller, check my feedback to see how I value my customers and see my other listings for more rare Japanese Guitars and other unique gear! I use recycled packaging for reduced environmental impact and ship all items 100% insured against loss or damage.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
  • Modelo CA
  • 1969
Made In
  • Japan
Body Shape
  • Classical

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