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  • Santos Hernandez – 1932

    28,127 $

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  • Jean-Noel Rohe – 2017 No. 85 ON HOLD

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  • Dominique Field – 2007

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  • Michel Brück – 2017 No. 207 Doubletop

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  • José Ramirez I – ca. 1895

    11,893 $

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  • Marcelo Barbero – 1945

    15,140 $

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1959

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  • Manuel Reyes – 1979

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  • Hermann Hauser® II – 1954

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1968

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  • Manuel Ramirez – ca. 1900

    8,647 $

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  • Hernandez y Aguado – 1963 No. 233

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1934 63 cm

    10,811 $

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  • Hermann Hauser® I – 1918 Guadagnini Model 64 cm

    5,400 $

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1965

    17,207 $

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1979 No. 504 Expérimentale

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  • Hernandez y Aguado – 1973

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1968 Recital

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  • Daniel Lesueur – 1975

    8,106 $

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  • Marcelo Barbero – 1932

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  • Domingo Esteso – 1931 Blanca

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  • Richard Jacob Weissgerber – 1932

    9,945 $

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  • Richard Jacob Weissgerber – 1932 “Simplicio”

    11,461 $

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  • Daniel Friederich – 1977 No. 458 „Concert Model”

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Rare Classical Guitars: A Symphony of Craftsmanship and Rarity

Classical guitars have always been a symbol of elegance, tradition, and mastery in the world of music. They are not just instruments, but pieces of art that tell a story through their sound, design, and historical significance. Among these musical treasures, rare classical guitars stand out as the epitome of craftsmanship and rarity. In this article, we will explore these extraordinary instruments that have become collectibles and have a special place in the hearts of musicians and enthusiasts alike.

1. Historical Importance of Rare Classical Guitars

Rare classical guitars often date back to a significant time in history, made by legendary luthiers such as Antonio de Torres, Hermann Hauser, and Santos Hernandez. These guitars have played a crucial role in shaping the sound of classical music and have become historical artifacts that reflect the evolution of musical artistry over the centuries.

2. Characteristics of Rare Classical Guitars

The uniqueness of rare classical guitars lies in their:

– Materials: Often made from exotic and aged woods, the selection of material is crucial in defining the tone and appearance of the guitar.
– Craftsmanship: Every rare classical guitar is a product of meticulous craftsmanship. From the hand-carved bracing to the fine inlay work, every detail is carefully considered.
– Sound Quality: Known for their rich and resonant sound, these guitars offer unparalleled musical expression.
– Provenance: The history and ownership of a rare classical guitar can add to its allure and value. Guitars that were once played by famous musicians or owned by prominent collectors are especially prized.

3. Collecting Rare Classical Guitars

Rare classical guitars have become valuable collectibles, with some even fetching millions at auctions. Collectors often look for:

– Originality: Guitars that maintain their original parts and finish are highly sought after.
– Condition: The state of preservation plays a significant role in determining the value.
– Documentation: Authenticity certificates, original purchase receipts, or any historical documents can make a rare classical guitar even more desirable.

4. Famous Rare Classical Guitars

Some rare classical guitars have become famous, such as:

1937 Hermann Hauser: Owned by Andres Segovia, this guitar played a pivotal role in popularizing the classical guitar.
1864 Antonio de Torres: Known as “La Leona,” this guitar is famous for its sound and innovation in guitar construction.

5. Conclusion: A Timeless Legacy

Rare classical guitars are not just instruments but pieces of history that continue to inspire musicians and collectors. Their rarity, coupled with unparalleled craftsmanship, makes them a timeless legacy in the world of music. Whether you are a musician, a collector, or an enthusiast, the allure of rare classical guitars is undeniable. Their mystique and beauty offer a glimpse into a bygone era and continue to resonate with passion, artistry, and innovation.

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