Alhambra 5P LR-5 Pepe Toldo Classical Guitar


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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 or we'll replace it or refund it and cover all shipping charges.

The Alhambra LR-5 Pepe Toldo is the same as the high quality 5P, however it has been modified with the addition of a unique Sound Reflector Port designed by Luthier Pepe Toldo. This enhances the sound projection for the performer, and is designed to reflect the sound quality that the audience hears.

The Alhambra 5p classical guitar has an very full-bodied and mature sound. It is similar to the 4p, but with a cedar neck, an ebony-reinforcement inside the neck, and rosewood laminate on the interior.

Solid Red Cedar
Back/Sides: Lam. Rosewood
Neck: Mahogany with Ebony Reinforcement
Fingerboard: Ebony
Scale Length: 650mm
Nut Width: 52mm

Made in Spain

For an improved sound: We have found that Savarez Alliance 540J Hard Tension strings give Alhambra guitars much better tone, resonance, volume, and sustain than the stock strings installed on this guitar.  If you would like to have the strings on your guitar replaced with Savarez Alliance 540J, please CLICK HERE.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great Guitar!

The Alhambra is bright and loud. The ported slots allow you as the listener to hear yourself projected. I order this guitar but ended up returning. Not because I didn't like it, I did not look to see the neck shape. It is a D shape and I am used to C shaped necks. Geoff was very professional and courteous the whole way. I am a student comparing a couple guitars and he was understanding of that, even when I had to return. Overall, Xgiutars is an amazing company to deal with. I will always go to them first!

You can see my review of the Alhambra 5P PT here. I am comparing it to my cheap Yamaha CGX102.