|Top||Red Western Cedar||Scale Length||650 mm|
|Back & Sides||Rosewood||Nut Width||50 mm|
|Item Number||BTX 102 C/E||Availability||in stock|
The Bartolex 102 Cutaway Electric Classical -Flamenco Guitar made by Neris Gonzalez has an excellent acoustic sound with great tonal quality and depth, and a maximum level of amplification for the recording artist and gigging musicians provided by The Fishman electronics, including a piezo and an inside Microphone. The Bartolex 102 Cutaway Electric has a Red Western cedar top, Rosewood back & sides, Rosewood purfling, Rosewood bridge, Rosewood fingerboard. The action is medium-low and the Scale length is 650mm and the nut width is 50mm. It has a very comfortable and fast neck profile. The Bartolex 102 C/E feels and sounds full, with great projection. It has clear highs and punchy bass, well balanced, with a predominant Spanish Flamenco timbre. This is really a great-sounding guitar, that can be used for Classical- Flamenco, Rumba, Bossa Nova, Jazz, Fingerpicking much & more.
Included with this guitar are ABS Rim hard-shell case, Ultimate Guitar Protector, 1 set of Luthier strings #30, a Humitron humidifier, and a guitar cloth.
Neris Gonzalez and guitar building epitomize instrument making as an art form. Whether it is an 11 sting Alt Guitar or a simpler 6 string, Neris has proven over many hundreds of guitars and satisfied players worldwide over the last 10 years, that he can create instruments relevant to today’s musicians. The Bartolex and Milagro brands have become synonymous with exceptional build quality, excellent tone, and sound at a reasonable and affordable price. Inspired by the finest European and Spanish traditions Neris is a master at exploring and refining his craft. During this time there has been a constant demand to bring to market a high-end, 6-string concert classical guitar. This has now been achieved with the Neris Gonzales guitars — hand-made in Spain, built with the finest tonewoods, to the highest concert-quality standards, yet without the high price tag of some of the more famous Spanish makers.