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Admira Virtuoso Classical Spanish Guitar
£379.00 RRP £475.00
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- 12 Months at 9.9% APR - £29.90 P/M
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The most recommended student guitar by teachers, the Virtuoso Classical guitar features Solid Cedar top and Rosewood back and sides.
Hailing from Northern Spain, Admira Guitars are the creation of Enrique Keller Fritsch. Founded in 1944, Kellers craftmanship and expertise have secured Admira a place at the very pinnacle of the Spanish Classical Guitar market. For many years Professional Musicians, Enthusiasts, Students and Teachers have owned, played and consistently recommended Admira Guitars. With a comprehensive range of models suitable for all pockets, Admira Guitars continue to be the bestselling classical guitars in the world
The Admira Virtuoso is a 4/4-size solid top guitar. It has a solid cedar top with beautiful rosewood back and sides. With rosewood on the fingerboard and darkened binding around the body, this is one good looking guitar. M.R.A Award winning model.
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Sides and back: Rosewood
- Neck: African Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Machine heads: Lyre Gilt
The finish is Enrique Kellers secret blend of synthetic varnish, applied thinly enough to allow the wood to resonate naturally. Very impressive pieces of wood used, the Solid Cedar top having a good, tight, even grain. Back and sides are a deep, dark rosewood with some lovely grain patterns running through. The African Mahogany neck is nicely shaped and flat enough at the back to allow the hand to sit comfortably. The Rosette is attractive enough, actually inlaid marquetry, not a sticker! Fret finish is ok, no highs or lows to buzz away although you dont get that hand finished look that you would find on a much more expensive instrument but Admiras selling point is that they offer a good overall package for the money.