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Ramirez Guitars


Very few names have been as influential in the development and history of the guitar as the name José Ramírez. The family tradition was born around the year 1870, when a 12 year-old boy began an apprenticeship at a local builder’s workshop. He worked to develop his skills and in 1882 he founded the José Ramírez workshop. Now in its fourth generation, the Ramírez name continues to be the gold standard by which all other Spanish classical and flamenco guitars are measured.



Ramirez Flamenco Series FL1A Acoustic Guitar High Gloss Yellow
The FL1A from Ramirez is a full-fledged flamenco guitar, and if you look hard you'll see a some very thin plastic guard on the instrument's top as is common with flamenco guitars. Although it's considered a student model, this guitar has the kind of big voice and exuberance necessary for flamenco. Basic features are a German spruce top with solid cypress sides and back, and a cedar neck with an ebony fretboard.
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