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Ramirez Guitarra Del Tiempo Spruce Classical Guitar

$2,468.00 $2,379.00

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6, 12, or 18 months at 0% interest.
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Before shipping, every guitar is given a thorough check including playing through every note, adjusting saddle & nut heights, checking neck relief, fret ends, tuning mechanisms, and finish. You can rest assured that your guitar will be flawless.

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The Guitarra Del Tiempo is the successor to the very popular 130 Años model.

Features:
Top:
Solid Spruce
Back/Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
Neck: Spanish Cedar with Ebony Reinforcement
Fingerboard: Ebony
Scale Length: 650mm
Nut Width: 52mm
Saddle/Nut: Bone
Finish: Polyurethane

Ramirez-Branded Hardshell Case Included

Made in Spain


Due to new U.S. export restrictions, we cannot ship guitars built with rosewood to countries outside of the United States.

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Check one off the bucket list

After 50 years of noodling with a succession of nylon string guitars, I was finally in a position to indulge in what I consider the gold standard and bought a spruce Ramirez Del Tiempo instrument from XGuitars. At first, I had a little trouble getting used to the Ramirez strings, and I almost replaced them right off the bat with my standard Savarez cristal solistes, but after a few days of familiarization, I started to adjust to the "factory" strings, and will now continue to use them until they wear out. As far as the guitar itself, I'm completely gobsmacked by the build quality. As I've told a few friends, the closer you look, the more perfect it is. I've started to resurrect pieces I haven't played in years, just for the pleasure of hearing them on this wonderful instrument.
I want to give a shout-out to Geoff for his thoughtfulness and professionalism during the audition process. When I arrived at our appointment, he had all the instruments I was interested in arrayed on stands convenient to the chair and footstool and left me to my own devices. What more could you ask for, to be surrounded by top-end guitars and at liberty to try them all. Choosing the one for me turned out to be a little more challenging than I had anticipated, but now after two weeks with the Ramirez I'm convinced it was the right choice. The proof of the pudding is that practicing is fun again, for the first time in many years.
Thanks, Geoff!