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Wolfgang Jellinghaus Flamenco Blanca

$2,475.00

Description

Year  2020 Fingerboard  Ebony
Country  China Finish  French Polish
Top  German Spruce Scale Length  650 mm
Back & Sides  Spanish Cypress Nut Width  52 mm
Item Number  Flamenco Blanca 1A Availability   in stock 

The Wolfgang Jellinghaus Flamenco Blanca 1A has a German spruce top, Spanish Cypress Back and Sides, African Ebony grad 1 Fingerboard with a very comfortable neck profile.
The Flamenco Blanca 1A is extremely light, powerful tone, extremely balanced, easy to play with excellent tone, great punch, excellent projection, and low,  very comfortable action.  3mm on the 6th string 12th fret, 2mm on the 1st street 12th fret.  The handwork on this guitar is superb. The Guitar Includes a Wooden-Suede case, a Wooden string winder, 1 set of Ramirez HT strings, a guitar cloth, and an Ultimate Guitar Protector.

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Wolfgang Jellinghaus comments;

Domingo Esteso was one of the first guitar builders who concentrated on design, especially for Flamenco music. A light overall guitar, together with narrower sides and the use of the Mediterranean Cypress for backs and sides leads to a quick, bright, and percussive sound. More attack, a boost of the middle frequencies, and a little less sustain are the basic sound goals for Flamenco Style. The demand for an ideal  Concert Flamenco guitar made guitar builders provide a longer sustain, and a stronger, harder bottom, like Indian Rosewood and in the best cases Madagascar or Brazilian Rosewood. However, the Spanish Cypress corresponds to the original sound of the era.

Luthier Wolfgang Jellinghaus who was born in 1951 in Dortmund, Germany. His father, Walter Jellinghaus, was himself a guitar maker and naturally introduced the craft to Wolfgang at a young age. In 1978, Wolfgang opened a retail music shop called Musik Jellinghaus GmbH and in 1983, he became involved in manufacturing and so created Martinez Guitars in China, designing their first line of guitars. In 2013 he set up a small boutique, a traditional workshop that specialized in making high-quality guitars in the style of such great historical makers as Lacote, Torres, Hauser, and Ramirez, among others. Wolfgang’s Guitars are very unique, and maybe some of the best-made guitars in today’s market. Once you play one, you’ll understand.

 

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