Esteve 2GR5F Flamenco/Classical Guitar
This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-09-24)
Price : US $499.99
I bought this guitar in 1997 and never played it. It has been in a climate controlled environment for over 11 years. Although I am listing it as ''Used'' (because it technically is), it is in the same condition it was in when I bought it New in 1997. I hate to part with it but I hardly have time to play my other guitars and this one just deserves a more attentive owner.
According to the paperwork that came with the guitar, Esteve guitars are made in the workshop of Franciso Esteve, S. A., in Alboraya, a town near the Mediterrean city of Valencia, Spain. While modern equipment is used for basic cutting, surfacing and finishing tasks, over 50% of work on Esteve guitars is done by hand, including shaping the fan bracing, carving the heel of the neck, inlaying the rosette, uniting the body and neck assembly, and setting the frets.
Esteve guitars incorporate the traditional Spanish integrated neck. The Spanish method is used by luthiers around the world for constructing the finest concert instruments. This method builds the neck and the body as an integrated unit where the body is actually constructed around the neck. With this type of construction, the neck is very stable and will not loosen from the body. This stability is achieved by the foot acting as a brace against the back of the guitar which resists the force exerted on the neck by pull of the strings. In addition to being a superior construction technique, the Spanish method results in a strong,
This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-09-24)
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Is there a review on this guitar. I want to buy one, but I can't find a review for this model. Someone said that the sound of this guitar falls short in brightness and graul and loudnbess to the Yamaha cg 171sf. They are both cost about the same. Is there a review any body can direct me to or send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I will appreciated it! Thank you! Hector