Concert Classical Guitar - 1888 Torres Reproduction

From our 'Luthier Select' model range comes this beautiful instrument, luthier built from original Torres copy plans using highest grade solid  tone woods and finished in traditional shellac French polish.

The top is Alpine spruce and the back and sides are East Indian rosewood bound with rosewood bindings highlighted with maple purfling. The neck is Honduran mahogany with ebony fingerboard and neck reinforcement. The tuning machines are by Schaller.

The photographs, I'm afraid, don't do justice to this fabulous guitar by Chinese luthier Niu Lihua, a former student of Yulong Guo. Until you see it up close, hold it and play it, only then can you appreciate the incredible craftsmanship and performance of the instrument. Which is why it is listed as 'collection in person' so that buyers can inspect and trial it before fully committing to purchase. If it doesn't meet expectations then an instant refund will be given.


  • Size: 4/4 Grand Concert
  • Construction: Fan braced solid Alpine spruce top, Solid East Indian Rosewood back & sides and headstock overlay, Honduran mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard and reinforcement, 'Spanish' foot neck to body joint, ebony bridge, bone string saddle and nut.
  • Playing dimensions: 650mm scale length, 52mm nut, 3.5mm string height above 12th fret.
  • Stringing : Savarez 510 regular tension, Rubner 15:1 tuning machines
  • Case: A quality hard case is included in the price.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • 1888 Torres
  • French Polish
  • 2023
Body shape
  • Classical

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