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Classical Guitars & Acoustic Guitars

By March 23, 2013Blog, News
Randy Angella Classical Guitar

Randy Angella #132

Hi All,

Hope the weekend is good.  A few classical guitars came in to the studio, as well as an amazing acoustic guitar by Fabrizio Alberico, and quite a few more are on the way.  These need to be photographed and recorded, and then posted to the site.  They are so nice, they need a preview before I can post them proper.

  • Fabrizio Alberico – 2007 OM Concert Acoustic Guitar with German Spruce and Madagascar RW – Mother of Pearl Highlights, in extraordinary condition.  Sounds like a harp, plays like a dream.
  • Kenny Hill Signature #3395 – Western Red Cedar with East Indian Rosewood – Sloanes – Elevated Fingerboard – Double Top with Lattice Bracing – clear sounding, vibrant, resonant and musical with a surprising ease of play.
  • Woodley White – 2007 – Spruce Italian Style  LOL  Amazing classical guitar
  • Robert Vincent – 2013 – Incredible work by Rob
  • Randy Angella  – 2001 – Spruce and Port Orford Cedar classical guitar – clear sounding, vibrant with easy play
  • A few South American builders are incoming.  Exceptional work
  • I am in contact with quite a few Italian Classical Guitar Luthiers.  I’m hoping for some more great work to grace my gallery.

Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • Lacy D Taylor says:

    Hello, I play a pretty wide variety of music for guitar from Renaissance through 18th century , also Classical, Impressionistic, solos. I also invent my own modes, chords, counterpoint. I’m looking forward to purchase a guitar which I will often play. I am looking in the 1200. To 1600.00 range. Thanks,

    • Richard Sayage says:

      Hi Lacy, you should give me a ring at 631-335-5447 – guitars that might fit your style and price point are the Kenny Hill Player 628mm scale length, also the 640mm. If you wish the 650mm scale length, the Esteve 8 or the Adalid 9C/B might also fit your liking. Rich

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