I DESIGNED THIS GUITAR SO THAT I COULD ADD RHYTHMIC IDEAS TO MY MUSIC. CARVED IN THREE PLACES THE GUIRO GUITAR OFFERS NEW AND DISTINCTIVE SOUNDS TO THE FLAMENCO AND CLASSICAL PLAYER.
THE BACK AND SIDES ARE SOLID BOLIVIAN ROSEWOOD. THE TOP IS SOLID SPRUCE. THE FINGERBOARD AND BRIDGE ARE ROSEWOOD.
WITH HARDSHELL CASE
|Designed in 2002|
|The carved lines on the lower part of the bridge create a high pitch sound. Many player will use the tied ends of the strings to create rhythms. My carved bridge design adds another dimension to these traditional sounds|
|The side of the guitar is carved to the point where the guitar touches the leg. This allows the left hand to scrape the ridges for the second distinctive rhythmic sound|
|The carved plate is added to the treble side to allow the player to continue his strum to add a natural wood sound. By fanning the fingers the player can blend the sounds of the wood with the sounds of the strings|
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