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Jose Oribe B-234 (1970)

   
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Specifications

Top Wood: Spruce
Back and Sides Wood: Brazilian Rosewood
Width at Nut: 2-1/16"
Bracing Pattern: Fan
Scale Length: 26"
Frets to Body: 12
Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Ebony FB/Brazilian Rosewood Bridge
Body Binding: Brazilian Rosewood w/multi-stripe
Headplate Material: Brazilian Rosewood
Fingerboard Side Dots: None
Fingerboard Inlay: None
Pickguard: None
Tuners: Fusteros Tuners w/ Pearl Buttons
Electronics: None
Case: Original Hard Shell Case

Description

This spruce and Brazilian rosewood guitar is a real find for someone looking for a professional grade concert quality nylon string guitar. It was hand-made by the Master Luthier Jose Oribe in 1970 in Vista California. The voicing is wonderfully rich and complex in the bass with plenty of articulation and volume. It is one of those instruments who's tone inspires you when you sit with it. It does display some play wear and honest signs of use including fingernail marking on either side of the soundhole and some superficial dings and dents throughout the finish on the top back and sides. There are no cracks and no signs of repair to be found. This also includes the original hard shell case.