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Serial Number: sH0V6W
Top: Solid Red Cedar
Back/Sides: Solid Rosewood
Neck: Spanish Cedar with Ebony Reinforcement
Scale Length: 636mm
Nut Width: 50mm
String Spacing at Nut: 41mm
String Spacing at Saddle: 53mmLower Bout Width: 14" (355cm)
Upper Bout Width: 10 5/16" (262mm)
Length from bottom of guitar to end of headstock: 38.75" (Standard size length is 39.75")
Length from bottom of guitar to nut: 31.25" (Standard size length is 32.25")
Saddle & Nut: Bone (Extra saddle included)
Finish (top): Nitrocellulose Lacquer (gives the top improved resonance)
Finish (back & sides): Polyurethane (provides improved durability)
Hardshell Case Included
Made in Spain
For an improved sound:This guitar comes from Alhambra with D'Addario EXP44 Extra-Hard Tension strings installed. We have found that Savarez Alliance 540J Hard Tension strings give Alhambra guitars better tone, resonance, volume, and sustain. If you would like to have the strings on your guitar replaced with Savarez Alliance 540J, please CLICK HERE.
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Alhambra guitars are some of the best value instruments available. I've owned 3 of them; still have 2. Three independent guitar teachers have played mine; all of them remarked on the excellent tone, solid construction, and value. I firmly believe a guitar built in Spain is better than a guitar built in China. Having visited Spain several times, their passion for the guitar shows in how they design and build instruments.
I'm small person with small hands. I decided to try a shorter scale model. The difference between a 636 scale and a 650 scale is worth it. Much more comfortable to play. I have a 650 scale 9-P to compare to the 636 scale 9-P; very little difference in volume and sustain. Well worth the change!
From start to finish, working with Geoff was an absolute pleasure. Great advice, excellent service. Should I need another guitar, I have no reason to go elsewhere.